If only the last bass Gerald Swindle caught had just inhaled, say, a big crawfish, he might have won the Bassmaster Elite Series title on Toledo Bend Reservoir in 2011.
Your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing team should be heavy on anglers who can grind out a solid limit when bass are in their postspawn funk.
While there may be some memorable meals in Many, La., for the competitors, it’s the bass that will truly be gorging themselves.
I’m looking down the road and I see one of the Bassmaster Elite Series events I’m most excited about – Toledo Bend, May 1-4.
The Texas B.A.S.S. Nation has been given the “Partners in Conservation Award” for its outstanding contributions to drafting the Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan.
This event should fall somewhere in the middle of the previous two events, in terms of where the fish will be positioned. The large majority of bass will likely be getting into their postspawn pattern.
Can Dr. Gary Schwarz grow a 23-pound bass? Research, current shock data and his track record indicates that he can.
Forget your daddy’s johnboat. Modern aluminums are legitimate tournament-ready rigs.
Matthew Sprague and Zack McEnturff of Wills Point High School won the Texas High School Bass Association (THSBA) Regional Championship on Lake Ray Hubbard on March 1.
Mike McClelland of Bella Vista, Ark., had no way of predicting his future, but the foundation of his bass fishing future was built at Table Rock Lake.