What fishermen view as a precious natural resource is considered nothing more than inconvenient "collateral damage" by one of the nation's major power companies.
Stacy Twiggs talks about the importance of the Junior Bassmasters program.
Blake Muhlenbruck survived a horrific industrial accident that mangled the right side of his body. During the painful rehabilitation process and in the drug-clouded aftermath, he didn't want to survive.
Members of the Sonoma County Belly Boat Bass Club (SCBBBC) collected more than 670 cans of food for their local food bank in 2008.
Leading a fizzing study and increasing membership were the golden tickets for an Ontario club and the Michigan chapter, earning them both awards from the Berkley Conservation Institute and the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation.
While Skeet Reese celebrated his Classic victory with sponsors, family and friends, BASS/ESPN Outdoors took time to recognize the accomplishments of other champions whose contributions to this sport may far exceed that of all Classic winners combined.
Grass carp are the fish that bass anglers love to hate because of their voracious appetites for weedy habitat and occasional overstocking by lakefront associations and resource managers.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is reaching out to anglers and boaters in an attempt to prevent the spread of viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS), a fish-killing disease that has infected smallmouth bass and more than a dozen other species.
The bass fishing world lost two veterans in February with the deaths of David Wharton, 59, and Michael Holt, 51.
David Giudice has fished his entire life, but he only began fishing competitively in 2008 after volunteering to serve as an observer during the Elite Series stop at Wheeler Lake.
BASS returns to the smallmouth paradise of Lake Champlain out of Plattsburgh, N.Y., for the Aug. 20-22 Northern Open, the second of three 2009 tournaments for the division.