Roscoe Vernon "Gadabout" Gaddis, The Flying Fisherman, lived a very long, happy life, fishing and gallivanting.
Every gift you open this season comes wrapped in freedom. And it's given to you by people like Cpl. William Bennett.
I've been as busy as can be the last couple of weeks. We held our first Bass University class in Philadelphia. It sold out. It was gratifying to see so many anglers wanting to improve their skills.
Hank Parker, winner of two Bassmaster Classics (1979 and 1989), tells a story about a time when a tackle rule nearly cost him his first Classic win.
Now's a great time to go fishing if you pick a good venue, choose the right day, dress properly and fish the right areas with the right baits.
At the 1973 Bassmaster Classic on Clarks Hill Resevoir in South Carolina, Bill Dance learned through a heartbreaking loss that everything happens for a reason.
Mark Davis recalls the flight home after his 1995 Bassmaster Classic win. He was seated next to the same lady who was the year before sat next to the 1994 Bassmaster Classic winner Bryan Kerchal. Byan was killed in an airplane crash months before.
I'm at Lay Lake trying to get ready for next year's Bassmaster Classic. Obviously, the fish will be responding differently in February, but I want to learn as much about the lake as I possibly can before it goes off-limits.
Dedicated bass readers submit photos of their 'lunkers.' This album contains images submitted for the January 2010 instalment of the Lunker Club.
The latest rodmaking innovation — micro guides — is sure to become a widespread option, if not an outright design change, once anglers recognize the advantages these smaller guides offer.
I suppose every angler has a story about a fish that got away that sticks with him for years. I know that I do.