Even with the cushion of a 12-pound lead, Chris Lane plans to work just as hard on the final day, admitting "anything can happen" on a big-fish factory like the St. John's River.
Randy Howell, the 2014 Bassmaster Classic winner, often says that professional bass fishing is a humbling sport.
Two official B.A.S.S. Nation High School events, the Open and the Championship, will take place in Tennessee this summer.
Brett Hite is considered a rookie on the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series tour. But the 35-year-old Phoenix, Ariz., resident ain't no rookie in anyone else's book.
Sunday, Hite won the first Bassmaster Elite Series event in which he’s competed, the Dick Cepek Tires Bassmaster Elite at Lake Seminole presented by Hardee’s.
It was March 10, 2004, when the first ChatterBaits went on sale. Ronny Davis had been tinkering for years with the unusual-looking fishing lure featuring a hexagonal-shaped metal blade on a lead-head jig.
Local angler excited about prospects for Day 2 of the Smith Lake Open.
Randall Tharp returned to where he started on Lake Guntersville Friday, bagging 27 pounds, 8 ounces of bass to take an 11-ounce lead over Edwin Evers.
Survey says: Elites agree the lipless crankbait will be a popular choice at the 44th Classic.
Twenty high school anglers from five states will compete in the B.A.S.S. High School Classic Exhibition, the first event in an annual series.