This Arkansan is known as the man to beat in tough tournaments. Check out how he did against our 20 Questions.
When did the modern era of professional bass fishing begin?
B.A.S.S. has grown from a wild idea to an organization with more than 500,000 members worldwide and magazines read by 4.3 million people a month.
Baseball had the Curse of the Bambino and still has the Curse of the Billy Goat. In fishing, there's the Curse of the Bassmaster Classic Local Favorite.
Welcome to my little slice of the Bassmaster.com website. It’s an honor to do the old look-up, look-down and see that my column is sandwiched in between the likes of KVD, Ike, Brent Chapman and Ken Duke.
Long-time B.A.S.S. member takes passion for competitive bass fishing to another level.
Glen Lau looks like a mountain man — big and burly, intimidating. When he speaks, his voice is raspy and gruff. But beneath his rough exterior, Glen is actually a highly sensitive and creative artist whose work rivals that of the great masters.
Some 27 years after watching a blurry image from a TV screen in Brazil, Marcos Malucelli is competing in the 2012 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open circuit.
With the help of B.A.S.S. founder Ray Scott; Fred Young and his hand carved crankbait called the Big O became an overnight success.
Veteran angler Shaw Grigsby talks river fishing and breakfast.