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.
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.
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.
Gene Gilliland, a widely respected bass biologist and conservation advocate from Oklahoma, has been named B.A.S.S. National Conservation Director.
Fishing suspended bait isn’t like targeting a laydown. However, if anglers branch out to open water bassin’, the payoff can be huge.
Ever hear the expression "Bass are like people"?
Your ticket to Fantasy Fishing success this week is to diversify your roster.
Gene Gilliland, a fisheries biologist who has studied Grand Lake for 30 years, shares his perspective on what it takes to win there.
Todd Driscoll jumped into the early lead on Day One of the 2012 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Weekend Series National Championship tournament, operated by American Bass Anglers and slated for Nov. 7-10.
I think we generally do our best to take care of the fish we catch. Still, there are lots of theories on how best to do it, and it can get pretty confusing.