"I am speechless at this moment," said Bryan. "I already felt like I had lived a dream by winning a Pro-Am event that day, but to have that fish be declared a world record is something I would have never dreamed of being a part of."
The Toyota Texas Bass Classic was decided by a record breaking performance from two-time winner and defending TTBC champion Keith Combs of Huntington, Texas.
Can Dr. Gary Schwarz grow a 23-pound bass? Research, current shock data and his track record indicates that he can.
A 3.71-pound Guadalupe bass caught from the Colorado River below Austin, Texas, appears to qualify as a new state and world record in several categories.
There's no bad time to catch a world record, but doing it in a tournament — and winning! — is about as good as it gets.
Four score plus one is a long time if you're talking years. That's how long George Perry has held fishing's most important record.
A story of how bass fishing brings together people from around the world and all walks of life...
Bass fishing brings together people from around the world and all walks of life.
Whether your goal is the biggest bass in the world or the biggest bass in your lake, Mike Long can help. Hundreds of double-digit largemouths, including one over 20 pounds, make him the most accomplished trophy angler in bass fishing history.
Oklahoma’s new state record largemouth bass comes from a little lake that produced two records in a year, off a modified lure that is difficult to replicate and to an angler who wasn't really sure what he was doing.
Billy Lemon, a member of the Keystone Bassmasters, caught a 12.3-pound lunker out of Grand Lake, just one week after the Classic contenders left.