Connecticut’s Terry Baksay competed in his first Bassmaster tournament, the Hudson River Invitational, in 1984. He was 25 years old then and hopelessly hooked on bass fishing.
Alex Wetherell of Middletown, Conn., staged a come-from-behind win on his home waters of the Connecticut River during the 2015 Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Eastern Divisional.
Ivy Brown and Evan Kamoen won the Connecticut B.A.S.S. Nation CastingKids Championship, March 28.
The Connecticut B.A.S.S. Nation hosted an event April 10 at Griffin Hospital as part of Autism Awareness Month.
Brian Fickett and Lucas Kamoen won the Connecticut B.A.S.S. Nation’s annual CastingKids Finals, April 5, at Cabela’s.
The hypnotic side-to-side gait of a topwater lure can produce vicious and predictable strikes, but when the fish fail to connect it can leave an angler scratching his head.
An angler misses the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open for all the right reasons.
Virginia pro Chris Daves bucked conventional wisdom, claiming the first day lead with over 17 pounds of smallmouth bass.
The weather changed today for the anglers fishing the Northern Open, but the top of the leaderboard did not.
While the competitors fishing Day Two of the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open may have the opportunity to catch quality fish today, it’s all but a steel trap lock that no 10-pounders will be weighed in.