Topics: News

Help Connecticut save its fish hatcheries

Dec 1, 2015

At Connecticut’s Burlington State Fish Hatchery, scientists are conducting a nationally important study about largemouth bass evolution. But if proposed budget cuts by Gov. Dannel Malloy go through as presented, Burlington and the two other hatcheries will close in January.

Barr's college days lead to career with Livingston

Nov 30, 2015

Nick Barr credits his college fishing career with landing him a job in the fishing industry — as Livingston Lures' customer relations manager.

Daily Limit: World record spot?

Nov 30, 2015

A missed chance on the world record spotted bass tops the Daily Limit of news items in the last week of November

Classic Nation angler profile: John Proctor

Nov 30, 2015

John Proctor, 35, is scoping out Grand Lake O' the Cherokees as the South Carolina B.A.S.S. Nation angler preps for his Bassmaster Classic debut.

Michigan autoworker wins $5,000 Shopping Spree contest

Nov 30, 2015

“I enter Bassmaster sweepstakes all the time,” Ray said. “When I learned that I won, that was unreal. I couldn’t believe it.”

Noah Pescitelli signs fishing scholarship with SCAD

Nov 27, 2015

Noah Pescitelli is a member of the Mill Creek High School Fishing Team and is the first student in Georgia to receive an athletic scholarship for fishing.

KVD: Black (bass) Friday

Nov 27, 2015

The Friday after Thanksgiving isn’t just a great time to run out to the mall, it’s also the perfect time to think about stocking up on your fishing needs and picking up great gifts for the anglers in your life.

db: Mark Davis, giving thanks

Nov 26, 2015

Giving, thanks, takes no holiday, giving, thanks is supposed to be a daily event, a daily thought.

Hackney: Do what works for you

Nov 25, 2015

Spend some time this winter thinking about what it is that you really want bass fishing to do for you, and then plan next year accordingly.

One angler’s tournament journey

Nov 25, 2015

Fishing trips and a monthly flow of Bassmaster Magazine made one angler want to chase a career in fishing.