Touring pro Randall Tharp was the epitome of consistency at Ross Barnett Reservoir during the Bass Pro Shops Central Open.
Jason Hill has never owned a bass boat, but he didn’t let that stop him from pursuing his favorite hobby of bass fishing...
Bringing in the biggest bass of the tournament, a 9-pound beast, the Tennessee native scored a 2013 Triton 18XS.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Brent Chapman is on a tear. Saturday, the reigning Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year led the four-day Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite for the second consecutive day. Chapman also came close to tearing up his bass rig. During a stomach-churning run upriver against Coosa River rapids to reach the big spotted bass in Jordan Dam tailwaters, his boat struck a rock.
Catching last-minute fish has become a habit for Stephen Browning in tournaments lately, and it paid off in a victory on the Red River.
Anglers and families from all over the country came to be a part of the 29th annual Sam Rayburn Big Bass Splash.
Don’t load your roster with just sight fishermen. There won’t likely be enough spawners to go around. Plus, several top sight fishermen don’t have stellar records on Ozarks impoundments in April.
The Alabama Rig ruled, but strategies for the Top 12 finishers couldn’t have been any different at the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open.
Auburn University student and Carhartt Bassmaster College Classic Bracket winner Matt Lee says he can’t stop using the term “surreal” in referring to winning a berth in the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.
Allyson Tinsley says she and her twin daughters will be on the lake fishing and tubing, but her husband and son can use her new boat for fishing local tournaments.