It’s vacation time for the VanDam family but that doesn’t mean fishin’ isn’t a part of our leisure time.
Preparing for these last two events is a lot more extensive than for any of the previous six tournaments this season. That's because we're changing gears.
The stage is set for the inaugural B.A.S.S. High School Invitational, which will be held July 20th on Lake Wheeler in Decatur, Ala.
Turning 50 is a landmark of sorts, and it's given me a reason to contemplate what it means for me as a professional angler to reach that age.
When the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Championship gets underway Aug. 1 on Chatuge Reservoir, Ga., the field of hopeful young anglers will include the first team from Mexico ever to qualify for the championship bass tournament.
The sun’s hot. The air’s hot. The dock’s hot. The boat’s hot. The water’s hot. We’re hot. And, the smallies are hot. Because of all that, most writers and anglers are talking about deep baits. The popular theory is that the fish are holding deep and that they are lethargic. It follows that we should fish deep with something slow, something like a jig, Texas rigged plastic or maybe a drop shot.
Opens competitor Brent Homan is looking for volunteers to take soldiers fishing in the second Operation Kick Some Bass Tournament, Sept. 21 at Lake Graham/Lake Eddleman.
Dennis Tietje hopes becoming a coloring book hero will help kids catch their dreams and help find a cure for children suffering from brain cancer.
Oklahoma’s Tommy Biffle wins Bassmaster Elite Series event on the Mississippi River.
This assortment of soft plastics is hand-poured in Del Rio, Texas, by big bass and conservation guru Carl Wengenroth.