Day 1 of the 2015 Carhartt College Midwestern Regional presented by Bass Pro Shops gets underway on the Mississippi River.
Mission Statement: To provide 100 percent payout of all tournament entry fees creating the largest paybacks possible to our fishermen. No bull, no cut, just fishing! Our focus will be to provide our anglers best-in-class tournaments while presenting teams of anglers the greatest opportunities that the bass fishing world can offer. We aspire to be the greatest conservationists and work with our state and local agencies to protect and promote the Upstate and Finger Lakes Region of New York as a resource for generations to come.
College anglers ready for the 2015 Carhartt College Midwestern Regional presented by Bass Pro Shops.
Somewhere between Orange, Texas, and Lake Havasu City, Ariz., rookie angler Stephen Longobardi believes he abandoned the very principles that helped him qualify for this year’s Bassmaster Elite Series.
The 2015 Toyota Texas Bass Classic was a damp affair held on Lake Fork near Quitman, Texas.
Ryan Wood loves to spend time on the water — not just fishing, but also cleaning up lakes, adding structure and teaching kids how to cast.
Justin Lucas and Aaron Martens visited the B.A.S.S. headquarters on May 28 and chatted with fans on Bassmaster.com and on Twitter.
The Carhartt Bassmaster College Series presented by Bass Pro Shops heads this week to La Crosse, Wis., for its Midwestern Regional bass tournament to be held Thursday through Saturday on the Mississippi River.
Jake Lee has some important trophies on his mantel, including one from the first-ever Bassmaster High School Classic Exhibition and one from the first-ever Bassmaster High School Open.
For more than two decades, anglers had been fishing the annual Mark's Outdoors Open Bass Tournament, knowing a fish that weighed exactly 7.00 pounds would be worth $25,000. But no one had been able to collect the prize - until Saturday. Brian Horton of Cleveland, Ala., caught a fish that hit the magic mark during Saturday's 21st renewal of the event on Logan Martin Lake. The fish, which hit a Stanley Ribbit paddletail frog in a patch of weeds, was netted by his 8-year-old daughter, Anna Grace.
Dillon Harrell is president of his school's fishing team, which he founded, and he serves in several other leadership capacities as well.