Brett Hite told fans in a Twitter chat that competing all the time keeps him in tune with the fish.
In his first B.A.S.S. Twitter chat, the Bassmaster Rookie of the Year told fans that now that he and his family have everything they need, every day is like Christmas.
Shane Powell, Jordan Lee and Matt Lee discuss their future and their experience on the Auburn University Bass Fishing Team.
Skeet Reese says that being versatile is of utmost importance for anglers.
What happens when you open up the most dominant force in the world of professional bass fishing to a live Q&A with everyone in the world? You get hundreds of questions in a rapid-fire sequence!
Bull Shoals champ Jason Christie was practicing today for the Bassmaster Elite Series West Point Lake Battle when he stopped for a while to take questions from fans for the B.A.S.S. Twitter chat.
Keith Combs, winner of the event on Falcon Lake, told fans how it felt to win on his home lake, today during a Twitter chat.
Todd Faircloth, the winner on the Sabine River, talked to fans today on Twitter, answering multiple tips and techniques questions.
With his big win, fame came calling. And when it did, Pace missed 354 calls — in about the time it took him to take the Classic crown.
Reigning Classic champ Chris Lane answered fan questions live, right before his trip to Tulsa.