Diverse. That single word favorably resonates with pros choosing to fish the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Opens presented by Allstate.
Alabama pro Boyd Duckett sacked 20 pounds, 4 ounces of James River bass to take an early lead.
A nearly dead-last finish at bass fishing’s world championship paved way for what evolved into a bass fishing career lasting 25 years and counting for Art Ferguson.
James Graves III proves a high school athlete can excel in varsity sports and fish for a high school bass club at the same time.
West Virginia’s Mark Garner catches 6 pounds, 11 ounces to lead Day 1 of the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Mid-Atlantic Divisional.
AOY leader John Crews aims to keep momentum at site of his only B.A.S.S. victory.
Virginia angler John Crews put in a lot of work raising autism awareness during the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville, and now the fundraising portion of his efforts has begun.
The Bassmaster Classic has no entry fee, but Virginia pro Jacob Powroznik spent $395 to improve his chances, not on fishing tackle, but trying to stay warm.
With a Bassmaster Rookie of the Year title and nearly $1 million in career earnings, Powroznik is positioned to represent any brand of rods and reels he deems worthy.
Hank Parker of Denver, N.C., won the 19th annual Bassmaster Classic, held on the James River for the second consecutive year.