California Delta has been host to some significant moments in bass fishing history the invention of flippin' by Dee Thomas, Robert Lee's four BASS victories, Mark Tyler's 14-pound, 9-ounce largemouth in 1999 that still stands as the biggest ever caught in BASS competition.
In this photo gallery, you'll find on-the-water images of Gerald Swindle as he prepares for the 2009 Elite Series Champion's Choice on Oneida Lake near Syracuse, New York.
The first thing you notice about Newton Lake bass is that they are well-fed.
Madeline Smith's memory was honored recently at Lake Balboa in Hot Springs, Ark.
Boredom in "the sandbox" leads a National Guardsman to Florida to fish with Bobby and Arnie Lane.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of Don Barone's impromptu fishing tournament where several Elite Series pros and their families compete for a very unusual trophy.
One of those giants came from Florida and was caught by a traveling hardware salesman born in Germany named Frederick Joseph "Fritz" Friebel. Nine years before Perry's catch, Friebel landed a 20-pound, 2-ounce largemouth that could have been given record status before Perry came on the scene.
In this photo gallery, you'll find numerous candid images of Elite anglers and B.A.S.S. staff as they prepare to begin the 2008 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell, near Greenville, South Carolina.
Cobby Hayes was a great friend and a wonderful fisherman. When he passed away last week after a short battle with cancer, I lost a part of myself that I thought I'd never get back.
Stacy Twiggs talks about how B.A.S.S. clubs can make the diffrence to an angler starting out.
Greg Hackney made the most of his rematch with the Three Rivers that run through Pittsburgh, Pa.