Topics: News

Steel's the deal

Nov 17, 2010

Last week was Indian summer here in Ohio. The weather was beautiful, gentle breezes with temperatures in the 70s and all that. As you might expect I played hooky from the office and headed to Lake Erie.

A Purple-Hearted 3-pounder

Nov 16, 2010

Harry Potts used a Toyota Tundra to help pull B.A.S.S.'s corporate sponsor boats all across America along the Bassmaster Elite Series trail. Three decades before that, he was in Vietnam.

B.A.S.S.'s sales department gets new leader

Nov 16, 2010

Joe Higgins, a veteran sales executive for several major media organizations, as its Senior Director/Sales, effective Dec. 6.

20 Questions with Ryan Said

Nov 16, 2010

Ryan Said finished at the top of the heap in the three-tournament circuit. He's a Chrysler engineer by trade, but is looking for a career change as the 2011 Elite Series season approaches. Here's how he answered our 20 Questions:

20 Questions with Stephen Browning

Nov 16, 2010

Stephen Browning has been around professional fishing for nearly 15 years. He has survived many of the incarnations of BASS' top-level tour and has earned nearly $750,000 in the process.

BASS Reporter's Notebook

Nov 16, 2010

Deb Johnson blogs about B.A.S.S. new ownership, the 2011 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open, Women in the Open, and the 2011 Classic.

Largemouth bass virus fact sheet

Nov 16, 2010

Largemouth bass virus (LMBV) fact sheet

Opening day is special

Nov 16, 2010

This is a very special week for me — the opening of gun deer season. In Michigan, opening day is treated like a holiday, especially in rural areas where some kids are excused from school to go hunting, and several of my friends either spend a work vacation day or call in "sick."

There's still time to back out

Nov 16, 2010

Wow, what a whirlwind several days I've had since the B.A.S.S. transaction was completed. My goodness, now we're going to actually have to do what we said we were going to do.

Largemouth bass virus resurfaces

Nov 15, 2010

Recent fish kills at Kerr Reservoir and Briery Lake in Virginia have been linked to largemouth bass virus by Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries biologists. LMBV has not been implicated in fish kills nationally for nearly a decade.