Learning from success and failure is an important part of fishing.
In bass fishing, bad decisions seem to be contagious. When you make one you seem to make many more.
Humbled. That’s the best word I can come up with to describe how I feel about winning my second Bassmaster Elite Series tournament.
As I write this, it’s 7:30 a.m. Sunday, May 18, the final day of what has been an incredible Elite Series event on Lake Dardanelle in Arkansas.
Any pro fisherman will tell you that things don’t always go well on the water. However, experience has taught me that things go much better when I’m well prepared.
Several pros aren't likely to draw lots of players' attention but could still rack up big Fantasy Fishing points.
Patience and taking things one step at a time have been keys to success for this young Tennessee pro.
Two Louisiana B.A.S.S. Nation members are taking their service business on the road.
Every tournament fisherman has the perfect plan the night before a tournament: Get to the lake, blast off, go to my best spot and catch the biggest fish with no pressure on the water.
Trevor Romans reflects on his performance at Table Rock Lake.