There are 196 boats with two anglers each participating in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open #2 presented by Allstate. See what they caught during Day 1 of the tournament.
A lot of anglers ask about what to do when you aren’t catching them. The answer to that question is both simple and complicated.
A discussion about how professional bass fishing is evolving and more specifically, how we, the anglers, present ourselves.
Now in his 12th season on the job, Senior Tournament Manager Chris Bowes relishes every trip back to Syracuse.
The 196-boat field for the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open #2 presented by Allstate is out on Oneida Lake for Day 1.
Anglers gather on Wednesday night for the Oneida Lake rules and registration meeting.
Indiana pro Joe Hamilton shared pictures from his time practicing on Oneida Lake in New York.
One man, in one Open’s bass boat has changed the lives of 300,000 people.
The Angler of the Year race is not truly a marathon nor is it a sprint. Rather, it’s a marathon composed of a series of stand-alone sprints.
For longtime B.A.S.S. member Doug Markwell of Greenup, Ill., getting the opportunity to fish with Bassmaster Elite Series pro Greg Hackney was only a dream. That dream became a reality when he was selected as the sole winner of the Fish with Greg Hackney Sweepstakes.
Pick pros who can flip grass, but mix in a sprinkling of river rats, dudes with the keels of their boats scraped up from getting into out-of-the-way guts they’ll have to themselves.