To the casual onlooker, Elite Series pros have a dream job. However, there’s more to fishing for a living than meets the eye.
Did you ever wonder how Bass Pro Shops’ regional sales staff knows so much about the products they sell?
B.A.S.S. Federation Nation members and Life Members can visit the lounge and receive priority seating at the Classic in Shreveport-Bossier City.
As part of the annual junior tournament, the youth learned about preventing the spread of Eurasian milfoil and zebra mussels. They also competed hard for the title!
Rapala and B.A.S.S. have partnered to bring you the 2012 Rapala Photo Contest with a chance to win Rapala lures and recognition in Bassmaster Magazine.
Tournament bass fishing is very humbling. Some tournaments go great and some go bad.
The 2012 Bassmaster Classic on the Red River is setting up to be a great one. Here are some of the storylines you may not know about.
Last week I said we’d review the Open with an eye towards lessons learned. That’s going to be a little tough because I’m clueless as to what happened on the second day.
Bass can swallow discarded lures, resulting in the fish starving to death. Conservation directors are trying to save bass by recycling the plastics.
Bass that swallow soft plastic lures can get lodged in the fish's intestine, resulting in the bass' death from starvation. B.A.S.S. Federation Nation clubs are taking measures to reduce the number of discarded soft plastics.
Bassmaster Elite Series rookie and 2012 Bassmaster qualifier Jamie Horton of Centreville, Ala., has been spending the past several weeks designing his new boat and vehicle wraps.