How you go about learning a new technique will go a long way to determining how good you'll be with it and how fast you'll pick it up.
With the introduction of the Toyota Bassmaster Team Championship, America’s most successful fishing teams will soon be able to prove their skills against competition from throughout the nation.
The 44th annual Bassmaster Classic will feature 56 highly accomplished anglers from 23 states in what promises to be one of the most hotly contested championships in history.
No, Mike Iaconellie is not referring to a lack of hair on his 41-year-old head, but instead, places on the bottom of the lake in 10 to 15 feet of water where the vegetation stops growing, and in turn leaves a very clean bottom.
The sport of professional bass fishing is alive and well, judging from entries in the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series, the world’s premier fishing tour.
Aaron Martens said he concentrates so hard sometimes when he's fishing that he actually gives himself a headache.
Fifty four anglers have already qualified for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic to be held on Lake Guntersville near Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 21-23.
Want to win prizes just for catching fish? Now you can! Enter your best bass photo each week for a chance to win a Shimano reel and cool Toyota gear.
Michael Iaconelli shares three of his favorite fall baits. Also, he's a werewolf.
If you’re looking toward big tournaments and maybe a professional career, multiple map study and comparison is a must.