Years ago a certain B.A.S.S. tour-level pro came very close to winning the Angler of the Year title. It boiled down to the last day of the season and he fell just a bit short.
Skipping docks with a jig is all about finding the right set up
Don Barone talks to Canadians competing in the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Eastern Divisional. One of them can hear crawdads scurry.
I’m in a really good state of mind going into the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship this week on Michigan’s Bays de Noc.
As of right now I’m on my way to Bays de Noc. Although I don’t know much about it, I’m really looking forward to the experience.
All morning Carl Jocumsen’s mind replayed a painful scenario ...
The A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake was a tough event for me.
One of the principles that is very important to me is this: Start strong, finish strong. That’s the mindset I’m carrying into the final regular season event of the Bassmaster Elite Series on Cayuga Lake.
I can't think of a single tournament stop where I haven't met at least one person who made the trip better in some way.
Overall the Delaware River was a positive experience. But it wasn't roses and sunshine, and I resent to being told to shut up about it.