Bassmaster Magazine readers submit their lunkers for publication in the December 2009 issue.
Michael Iaconelli has put his beard, more accurately a long-whiskered soul patch, up for public auction.
Washington could become the latest state to restrict the use of lead by recreational anglers.
Lake Hartwell, the site of the 2008 Bassmaster Classic, and the surrounding area may be getting some significant upgrades for recreational anglers.
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Jeff Reynolds is a meat-and-taters kind of guy. He's an Oklahoma cowboy who listens to George Strait, deer hunts when he's not fishing and loves flipping a jig.
As many of you know I cut my beard for my wedding to Becky. (Actually she cut it for me, but who wants to get technical?) Now we're going to auction it for charity. The bidding will be on eBay, and should start shortly.
For years, four strokes in the bass market were considered too heavy, too slow and too bulky to compete with two-stroke engines. Yamaha has answers for each problem.
The Opens have proven to be very popular with anglers looking for a highly competitive circuit with opportunities to advance to the most prestigious tournament levels in bass fishing.
Washington's Jake Cook won the 15- to 18-year-old age division of the 2009 Junior Bassmaster World Championship on Lake Yale, near Tavares, Florida. Maryland's John Duarte Jr. won the 11- to 14-year-old division.
The one that got away story is from this season. It was the last day of the Mississippi River tournament in Iowa.
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