Topics: Ray Scott

America's 35 most important bass waters

Mar 4, 2008

America's 35 most important bass waters that have figured prominently in the evolution of angling.

Bass fishing, then and now

Mar 4, 2008

Our early bass boats were square-ended johnboats weighing a little over 100 pounds. They were ideal for "sandpapering a shore" — the expression we used that meant saturating a shoreline with casts.

BASS goes global

Mar 4, 2008

Ray Scott, the founder of BASS, is thrilled that the sport of bass fishing is global.

Do it better

Mar 4, 2008

In this article, you can read how Ray Scott proudly promotes the desire of the BASS community members to be together and experience a sense of community.

Fishing lite

Mar 4, 2008

"BASS came into being because I was able to convince a few stalwarts that my ideas about bass tournaments and conservation weren't totally crazy."

Murray's shootout

Mar 4, 2008

The James River in Virginia will always haunt John Murray for his performance there.

Ray Scott opens Classic events

Mar 4, 2008

In this article, you can read about Ray Scott, whose star power cannot be denied. Scott is the impassioned ambassador to a sport whose theatrics were just the kick-start needed to open the Classic Outdoor Show at the Louisiana Superdome.

The 35 most influential people

Mar 4, 2008

35 Legends of bass fishing.

Day Three Bassmaster Weekend Series

Nov 16, 2007

Day Three of the Bassmaster Weekend Series Championship has a new leader, Mark Hicks fron Virginia.

2007 BASS Federation Nation Championship: Day One

Nov 8, 2007

While it's too early to anoint Brown as the Federation Nation's newest star, the energetic and charismatic angler from Shirley, Mass., took a step in that direction with Thursday's best catch.