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Bass Love Heavy Metal: Part 3

Feb 6, 2008

Tailspinners don't look like much no more than a chunk of lead with a treble hook hanging off the belly and a small spinner blade on the tail. But they've been catching winter bass for five decades and show no signs of slowing down.

Plenty of Entertainment on Tap for Fishing Fans at 2008 Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo

Feb 6, 2008

2008 Bassmaster Classic contenders are on Lake Hartwell, thousands of fishing fans are expected at the Carolina First Center in Greenville, S.C., for the three-day Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo (show hours are listed below)

World's Greatest Fishing Hole

Feb 5, 2008

Rip Nunnery is not exactly a household name among bass fishing fans. Among his contemporaries Bill Dance, Roland Martin, Jimmy Houston and Tom Mann all had more illustrious careers.

Federation Nation for 'More Fish'

Feb 4, 2008

The fisherie management want to enhance and protect the fish habitat.


Feb 2, 2008

This here is an open email to one of the bosses that still talks to me at Bassmaster, Dave Precht, and since I don't get paid to write e-mails, but do get direct deposit cash to write blogs, consider this a blog.

New Maryland Record Bass

Feb 1, 2008

Justin Riley breaks Chesapeake's Bay largemouth bass record.

Chasing George Perry

Jan 30, 2008

It's now been 75 YEARS since George Washington Perry caught the 22-pound, 4-ounce largemouth bass that set the benchmark in our sport and gave lunker hunters a standard at which to shoot.

The Great American Fisherman Debuts

Jan 29, 2008

On January 29, 1970, Roland Martin fished his first BASS tournament, the Toledo Bend Invitational. It was the start of one of the greatest bass fishing careers in history.

Jonathon VanDam: Doing it His Way

Jan 28, 2008

Being a VanDam in the bass fishing trade cuts two ways. High-quality, reliable advice is usually available, and it opens a lot of doors; family history and reputation counts for something in this business.

Skeet Reese talks cold, stained water

Jan 28, 2008

When the water temperature is in the 40s or low 50s, the fishing can be really tough. And few conditions are tougher than cold water that's stained or muddy. In fact, it may just be the worst scenario for winter bass fishing.