Some people say that bass fishing is an addiction. That doesn’t apply to Louisiana angler Gerald Spohrer. With Spohrer, bass fishing is a bona fide obsession.
As I start off a new year with a new column, I have a great feeling of excitement and anticipation for what 2014 might bring.
This week I want to address a serious subject. It’s the idea that success as a professional bass angler is somehow the result of luck or good fortune. That’s almost always nonsense.
It’s amazing how many different lures there are in the tackle market. These fish don’t even have a chance anymore.
I dedicate this week’s column to all the gullible fish out there. I’m talking about the ones that let me catch them — over and over, day after day. They’re clueless, and they’re my friends. I will forever reserve a place in my heart for them.
Carl Jocumsen has been dreaming of competing at the top level his whole life in Australia. Now he has come to America to make his dream come true.
As we all know, Edwin Evers did not win the 2013 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year race. But ask any pro or diehard Bassmaster Elite Series fan, and they'll tell you it'll happen. Just a matter of time.
With the introduction of the Toyota Bassmaster Team Championship, America’s most successful fishing teams will soon be able to prove their skills against competition from throughout the nation.
The way an animal (including a bass) acts or reacts can tell you a lot ... if you're paying attention.
How do you measure tournament dominance ... and what was the most impressive tournament win in B.A.S.S. history?