Of all the freshwater black basses, the smallmouth is perhaps the most intriguing.
Practicing, being physically fit, and having a healthy diet are essential to perform to the best of your ability and to be at the top of your game.
This is the time of year when we should all be thinking about the things we’re thankful for in our lives. I do that every year, not out of habit or duty, but because I think we should all take stock of what’s good with us and with those we love and care about.
Whether he's working a topwater or dredging the bottom, Elite Series pro Stephen Browning sticks to the shallows in fall.
Have you noticed that a lot of the top Bassmaster Elite Series pros also are very good deer hunters? That’s because the two sports are similar in a lot of ways.
If you've been keeping up with my “Becoming a Fit Fisherman” column, you'll know that I issued myself, and all of you, a 21-day challenge where we all tried to form a habit and break a habit over a period of three weeks.
We’re all subject to wishing that we could do something we can’t. In my case that would be spending more time fishing with other anglers, professional and recreational alike.
Any road worth traveling is bound to have a few bumps along the way.
I’ve started to look over the 2014 schedule. The process of putting things together is more complicated than some people think.
Take 14 of the best and most popular Bassmaster Elite Series pros of 2013 and challenge them to catch bass from lakes most of them have never seen, let alone competed on, and what happens?