If you expect to learn to catch fish you have to catch fish. You can't fish tough waters and learn, at least not as fast as you can learn fishing easier waters. That's why I love farm ponds.
Greg Vinson Answers the 20 most asked questions.
Reporter's highlights from the 2010 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open.
Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue unveils new ramp in Bainbridge, Ga.
I began the 21-hour journey home on Monday after a three-and-half week tour around the country doing promotions, working with media and competing in the Toyota Texas Bass Classic held last weekend on Lake Conroe.
Remember me telling you that I spent a couple of days in New York City recently? Well, here's my first story for you.
David Walker's detailed account of his journey back to the Bassmaster Classic.
It's vitally important to expand on that fishing style and become more versatile if you want to improve as an angler, but that can be tough to do. How do you go about learning new techniques and new baits?
I'm down at the lake house right now preparing to host my Dallas Theological Seminary hospitality event. What we're doing over the weekend is hosting some of the best donors the seminary has.
We at The Bass University adopted "Never Stop Learning" as our motto because we believe that bass fishing is a never ending educational process. No matter how long we fish, or at what level we fish, we'll never know it all.