Ever wish you could be a first-hand witness to how the man that most consider to be the best to ever pick up a bass fishing rod, figures-out a winning strategy on the eve of a tournament?
Bass fishing is about making adjustments to various conditions that confront an angler throughout the day.
I just knew, that standing before me — a smiling face, with one eye gone — was one hell of a story.
TPWD and a coalition of partners are working together to remind boaters to “Clean, Drain and Dry” their boats, trailers, and gear before traveling to another water body.
With the spawning season fading throughout most of the Southern states, heavy rains and flooding conditions have opened a different set of opportunities for anglers.
Like a lot of things, however, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing.
James Niggemeyer’s trip back from the Western swing turned worrisome for the Elite Series pro, but he’s grateful his family is fine after a tornado devastated their hometown of Van, Texas.
Home-state angler Cliff Pirch caught five bass that weighed 14 pounds, 15 ounces Saturday and held onto the top spot on Lake Havasu, although Takahiro Omori had a big day and trails by less than a pound.
Never have so many bass fisherman felt so at home in the middle of a desert. No matter what part of the U.S. they come from, Lake Havasu feels like home.
Twelve high school students have been selected as members of the first Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team.