Jeff Buckingham, a grad student in fisheries management, has created his own version of the B.A.S.S. Slam, targeting only redeye bass.
The Denver Bassmasters assisted the Colorado Parks and Wildlife agency with a fisheries habitat improvement project this summer at Harriman Reservoir.
Former Conservation Director for B.A.S.S. receives another honor.
Biologists collected bass data at the Northern Open to learn more about the largemouth and smallmouth populations in Erie.
From Alaska to the East Coast and down to the Keys, anglers are being denied access to public waters during a federal government shutdown.
The American Sportfishing Association has some strong words for the decision to prevent anglers from enjoying Federal-controlled waters.
Velvick says the shutdown has hit Lake Amistad, and Del Rio, Texas, is a ghost town right now.
The Canyon Bass Club of San Marcos joined with other groups in spring 2013 to continue improving fish habitat at Canyon Lake in Athens, Texas.
Anglers who fish Wylie, Wateree, Norman and other reservoirs managed by Duke Power now can check on lake levels via their smartphones.
If your B.A.S.S. Nation club has participated in a project that has either helped control invasive aquatic plants or helped native vegetation thrive, your club has the chance to win $1,500.
Gene Gilliland, a widely respected bass biologist and conservation advocate from Oklahoma, has been named B.A.S.S. National Conservation Director.