db and Gerald Swindle talk about the most important catch Gerald ever made.
It’s rare these days that I have three hours free on a Saturday afternoon, or even the same amount of time on a random weeknight, but when I do I like to settle in on the couch and watch a Major League Baseball game.
Anglers will be fishing “million-dollar” water when they compete June 20-23 on the Mississippi River.
Remember that first tug of the line when you were a kid? See these kids pull in their first bass.
B.A.S.S. and its partners will host three events in the coming months to offer high school students who are members of high school bass fishing clubs a shot at qualifying for the first ever Bassmaster Classic High School Exhibition in 2014.
The Amazon jungle is a forbidding, dangerous place. Since the first Europeans landed on the shores of South America 500 years ago, thousands of adventurers have entered the gigantic rain forest and were never seen again.
Part of the thrill of traveling to Brazil’s Amazon Basin is the variety of fish and wildlife you’ll encounter there, as well as rainforest scenery available no other place on earth. Following are photos by B.A.S.S. Times Editor Dave Precht and friends from their week-long trip with Anglers Inn Amazon in January (see related story). Special thanks go to Helen Thurber of Theodore, Ala., for contributing her photos from a trip with her husband and friends a week later to the same section of the Jufari River.
A bass fishing team from the University of Illinois is committed to helping high school anglers be competitive on the water.
A New Jersey B.A.S.S. Nation member helped make a young ball player feel special.
See how a couple of die-hard bass anglers make time to do what they love.