Cotton Cordell passed away and yet another one of the pillars of our sport is gone.
There was nothing official about the funeral procession of boats rolling down the Mississippi River. You would be hard-pressed to even call this a funeral, at least in a traditional sense. It would best be described as boats getting ready for a day of redfishing, all gathering at the mouth of Southwest Pass, where the Louisiana Marsh meets the lower Mississippi River. A loose armada of boats, each with two to four anglers, coming together, to remember a friend. No pomp, no circumstance, certainly nothing official. Chris Armstrong would have liked it that way.
This isn’t your ordinary tournament. Let’s get that straight right out of the box.
Steve Bowman reflects on what made the Delaware River so special.
I’ve been wrestling with the timing of the Bassmaster Elite Series event all week. Part of me wants to be upset that the tournament this week coincided with the funeral of one of the superstars of our sport, Ricky Green.
How one man changed my life, and how you can help him.
I enjoyed seeing the future of bass fishing at the B.A.S.S. High School Invitational.
There are tournaments every once in a while where you just have to say “Holy Snot!”If you were watching any part of the Elite Series Alabama River Charge presented by Star Brite, then those words became pretty commonplace Thursday.
There are things taking place in this event that are usually rare occurrences on the Elite Series.
The recent Bass Pro Shops Southern Open on Douglas Lake was an enigma in some ways.