Editor's note: The following was excerpted from a story that appeared in The Kansas City Star earlier this month. The full story is available here. Guido Hibdon never thought he would see this day, when he would have to scrap for sponsors, when he wondered if there was going to be enough money to even compete on the pro bass circuit.
Jason Christie completes his list of the famous fisheries he would like to visit in 2015.
In complete blackness, a bass boat carrying only the spirit of a man was pulled through an arena, while thousands of people sat silent in the stands.
The water of the Ouachita River is for a peculiar taste – for the angler that likes to be tested beyond his imagination.
B.A.S.S. member Harris Housley spent an unforgettable weekend with Aaron Martens watching NASCAR and fishing on Logan Martin Lake.
Let the display help you, not confuse you.
Long's basic recipe for when to target big bass is remarkably simple.
A tragedy in Arkansas would seem like a strange place for Bassmaster sponsors and employees to come together.
There is a running joke among the editors of all things Bassmaster (website, television, magazine) when it comes to an Elite event that the weather is always a story. It’s not a laughing matter. It’s just something that is always a part of any derby and it’s up to us editor types to fight past that and dig a little deeper. So when we gather up and start thinking about how we are going to approach covering each event, the first question is “What are the story lines?”
After its week in a time capsule, we unearth Charlie Hartley's column to marvel at the foreshadowing, irony, and what-might-have-beens ...