Last week I participated in an outdoor writers' junket on Mille Lacs Lake in northern Minnesota.
Figuring out depth and cover is the key to finding fish on virtually any body of water. And it's precisely the information any top level pro wants before heading into battle.
Jerry McKinnis, Forrest Wood, baseball, and Bull Shoals all converge in a moment of magic.
On Saturday, Brent Chapman returned to the school of bass that produced 25 1/2 pounds for him early Friday.
When the 2011 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open at Lake Norman came to a close last year, I could only think about one thing.
Quotables from the final day of the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open on the Harris Chain of Lakes.
In a bass fishing battle that featured two SEC powerhouses going head-to-head, Auburn topped rivals Alabama to exact a little revenge and claim the Bassmaster College Classic trophy and bragging rights until the two schools meet again.
Ott DeFoe has headed north for spotted bass; Edwin Evers has started far south in search of largemouth. Which will win Sunday?
22-year-old Ian Paskon is at the ICAST show, realizing his dream and pushing his product.
In the 79 years since George Perry caught his 22-pound, 4-ounce largemouth, there have been several claims to usurp the top spot. It wasn't until July 2, 2009 — with Manabu Kurita's 22-5 — that anyone could fairly claim a better fish. Here are a few of the most memorable claims that fell very, very short.