Topics: biologist

Guadalupe bass qualifies for multiple records

Mar 25, 2014

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.

Georgia club adds cover to Allatoona

Mar 19, 2014

The Marietta BassMasters helped place much needed cover in Georgia's Lake Allatoona.

Elite 2014: Revitalized Dardanelle

Jan 16, 2014

Limit catches should be the norm when the Bassmaster Elite Series pros venture to Lake Dardanelle, Ark., in mid May.

Good timing for Table Rock

Jan 2, 2014

The Bassmaster Elite Series pros should have little trouble catching limits of bass when they venture to Table Rock Lake in early April 2014.

Preppin’ for the Classic

Dec 6, 2013

I just spent a couple of days practicing for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic and filming a segment for Strike King’s TV show on Lake Guntersville.

The forage connection

Nov 23, 2013

If you are targeting trophy-size bass, understanding the nuances between 
bigger-than-average fish and the food 
they eat is the cornerstone to success.

Learn how seasons and temperature affect bass

Nov 16, 2013

Bass are confusing creatures. If you've spent much time trying to catch them, you already know that. Here's some advice that will help you all year long.

Smallmouth aggression

Sep 27, 2013

With the Elite Series fishing smallmouth waters lately, we’re all hearing a lot about smallmouth aggression. It’s a concept that’s worth thinking about.

Veteran conservation leader to head B.A.S.S. Conservation program

Aug 21, 2013

Gene Gilliland, a widely respected bass biologist and conservation advocate from Oklahoma, has been named B.A.S.S. National Conservation Director.

Mobile structure: When baitfish become the object of obsession

Aug 19, 2013

Fishing suspended bait isn’t like targeting a laydown. However, if anglers branch out to open water bassin’, the payoff can be huge.

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