Stick ’em on your face and enjoy the benefits of Costa’s frame design and polarized lenses.
Here are some of the exciting new products making their debut at the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro. Compiled by the editors of Bassmaster Magazine.
Failing. We’ve all done it at some point or another, and although we can’t usually see a fail coming, we always hope no one gets hurt. This week we take a look at what happened to Tom Chopin’s Triton TR186 in August 2013.
If your 18- or 19-foot rig is in need of a repower, this 4-stroke is worth considering for a few reasons.
If Old Man Winter keeps his grip, the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic will likely be won deep – just like it was in 2008.
Brandon Lester is building a career the right way, one step and one rod at a time.
Winter weather makes for a great time to inventory tackle and get it stored properly.
The 'Cajun Baby' Cliff Crochet shows off the gear and goods packed in his tournament rig.
For years, Randall Tharp has used a Rapala knife and cleaning table to prepare dinners of fish caught fresh from the sea. Now he’ll rely on the iconic brand to put food on the table in another way — throwing Rapala baits to win prize money in Bassmaster tournaments. The 2013 Forrest Wood Cup champion has joined Rapala’s pro staff.
The Yearling BaitBall family consists of eight different lure models and was first revealed to the trade in Orlando, Fla. at ICAST, 2014.
Garmin International Inc. announced the addition of several professional anglers, including Jason Christie, the number one ranked bass fisherman in the world, and Greg Hackney, the 2014 Bassmaster Angler of the Year.