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.
A 70-pound striper from Alabama could be a new world record.
Caught way back in 1955, the world record smallmouth bass from Dale Hollow Lake is now being commemorated on a Kentucky license plate.
A B.A.S.S. member catches a record bass — but will red tape keep him from collecting a huge cash prize?
June 2 marks the anniversary of George W. Perry's record largemouth bass catch. Tied, but still not beaten, it's the most sought-after record in the books.
Yes, in Missouri you can get a bass in the record books by catching it on a trotline ... or a jug ... or a limb line.