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.
It’s been many years since I peeked around a corner to see what Santa Claus brought me, but last week I had that same feeling when I walked into ICAST.
Carhartt, America’s premium work wear brand since 1889, and a longtime B.A.S.S. partner, has extended its reach to the new High School B.A.S.S. Nation program by becoming the Presenting Sponsor of Bassmaster High School Championship, July 16-19.
July is a really exciting month for me. I’m not out on the water fishing but I am doing fishing related stuff. That’s an important part of my job. I like to think of my career as a labor of love, with as much emphasis on labor as on love. In a few days I’ll be appearing at the Tennessee Valley Hunting & Fishing Expo in Huntsville, Alabama. I’m really looking forward to doing it. One reason has nothing to do with fishing. I get to meet and talk with Jep and Jessica Robertson from Duck Dynasty. How cool is that?
Three B.A.S.S. Nation chapters are the 2014 recipients of grants offered through the new Shimano/B.A.S.S. Youth Conservation Initiative. New Mexico, Georgia and Connecticut are the states receiving funds.
MASSILLON, Ohio — Leading fiberglass truck cap and tonneau cover manufacturer A.R.E. has partnered with four professional bass anglers participating in the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society's (B.A.S.S.) 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series, the premier national competition for elite fishermen. The A.R.E. Pro Angler Fishing Team members are John Crews, Justin Lucas, Britt Myers and Brandon Palaniuk.
Still more questions than answers about the fire that destroyed Chris Lane's boat.
They say that practice makes perfect, but if practice doesn’t go well, then you really can’t expect perfection on tournament day.