West Virginia’s Mark Garner catches 6 pounds, 11 ounces to lead Day 1 of the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Mid-Atlantic Divisional.
My win at the Toyota Texas Bass Classic restored my belief that a guy like me can still find winning fish through a lot of hard work, dedication, self-reliance and exploration of new water.
Math teacher Matthew Schwolert relies on his fishing gear to teach his students algebra.
When you pitch or flip a real heavy slip sinker — something that weighs an ounce or better – the bass tend to grab the weight first.
I’ve made a good living fishing big crankbaits and Texas rigged worms during the summer, but in the past couple years I’ve added another valuable tool to my arsenal – the swing head jig.
We all would like to win every time out, but looking back at my career some of my best performances were not victories.
BASSfest will be the official transition from the shallow events the first half of the season, to deep, summer fishing.
“It’s a giant!” is an expression often hollered aloud by Mike Iaconelli and his history of success at the annual event is nearly unparalleled, and his history with true “giants” here is a magical one.
Jigs aren’t all that expensive in the grand scheme of things, but they do cost money. There’s no reason to buy a bunch of them that won’t work for what you do when you go fishing.
Terry “Big Show” Scroggins has had a successful history at the Toyota Texas Bass Classic when held on Lake Fork. But this year, Big Show has a few concerns