Here was Fred Roumbanis' three-day progression in the Bassmaster Legends presented by Ramada Worldwide: 20 pounds, five ounces on Day One (the biggest of the tournament); then 6-11; and finally, 5-0.
The New Hampshire B.A.S.S. Federation Nation and Toyota of Nashua joined forces on Father's Day, June 17, to hold the first City Fishing Tournament. The event featured a multidivisional, one fish tournament and a CastingKids competition.
Legislation has been introduced to protect anglers and other recreational boaters from a bureaucratic nightmare.
On the CITGO Bassmaster Tour his nickname is simply KVD, but around the rest of the world legions of fishing fans describe Kevin VanDam in more reverent terms. To them he is The Man, and there hasn't been anyone quite like him in the sport in many, many years.
Carrie Wess has discovered an innovative way to increase donations to the Maine Special Olympics at an annual team bass tournament sponsored by the Classic Bassmasters.
BASS tournaments are held on sprawling lakes over several days of competition. But did you ever wonder how a top pro would fare on your home lake that little body of water down the road where you and your buddies fish for bass? Welcome to Bassmaster's reality series. Here, we put the superstars of competitive bass fishing on small lakes they've never seen before, then give them seven hours to figure out a viable pattern, logging everything they do to find and catch bass.
It's just fishing right? How much money could really be involved? Boyd Duckett has recently brought it to everyone's attention that this is not your grandpa's fishing. In fact, with the rate the sport has grown over the past three years, this isn't your dad's or even your older brother's fishing we are in a new era.
This is the first installment in a two part series about Don Barone's shot at being a co-angler in a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament.
Last week, as he prepared to fish the Bassmaster Legends tournament (worth a cool quarter-mil to the winner) Jason Quinn called home.
Boyd Duckett and his methods for winning.
You've probably got an awesome place to fish for bass within an easy bike ride of your house and you don't need a boat to fish it! Thousands of streams crisscross America, and many of them contain excellent populations of bass. These small waters are often ignored by anglers, most of whom head for big lakes and reservoirs instead. That's just fine because it leaves mile after mile of untouched bass water for you to explore.