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Dean Rojas tells the story of the one that got away.
Like all pros, I have a lot of ones that got away. I've had plenty in the past, and I know I'll have more in the future. However, I have one that sticks out and I still think about.
Fifty of the world's top anglers will compete for the title of Bassmaster Classic champion on the Louisiana Delta, Feb. 18-20, 2011. Check out the official 2011 Classic field below, and learn more about the qualifying anglers by clicking on their name.
Anglers who love hunting as much as I do will be impressed with the Tundra Sportsman. It's purely a conceptual vehicle (meaning it's not for sale at this time), but it demonstrates what you can do to a Tundra. You will see one at a Bass Pro Shops near you, as the vehicle will be displayed at several stores around the country this winter.
This is the first installment in a series of articles highlighting the progress and challenges of creating a long-term black bass management plan for Florida. Florida is widely recognized as the fishing capital of the world based on great resources and responsible management, which led the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to report that more than twice as many nonresident anglers fish in Florida compared to any other state.
Ranger Boats founder and fishing industry legend Forrest L. Wood received one of the highest honors bestowed on members of the angling community when he was inducted into the International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame Oct. 26.
This gallery features images from the 2010 Bassmaster Weekend Series Nation Championship on day four.
Ralph Steve DeBord maintained his spot atop the leaderboard after Day Three of the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Weekend Series National Championship, but things are a whole lot tighter with one day left to fish.
This photo gallery features images from the third day of competition at the 2010 Bassmaster Weekend Series National Championship.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Gordon Robertson, vice president of the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) and the sportfishing community applaude the EPA's common sense decision.