My good friend Homer Circle received a well-deserved honor Thursday when he was named the 2008 Samuel C. Johnson Fishing Journalist of the Year.
This is an excellent opportunity for me to share my thoughts with you concerning fish management during competition. It's one of the most important skills you can develop as a tournament angler. It requires thought, preparation and a little guesswork.
Leading the 2008 Advance Auto Parts Bassmaster Rookie of the Year race by more than 400 points, Lakeland, Florida's Bobby Lane, is riding a wave of cautious optimism.
Four big bites on custom jig net College Bass title for UALR
I thought we might take advantage of this time by looking at strategies for fishing multiday tournaments. I'm not necessarily talking about catching more bass every day. Most of our weights drop off as a tournament progresses. I'm talking about moving up in the standings.
College Bass finalists talk about their day before they knew how the finished
Stan Sloan, the Nashville, Tenn., corrections officer who won the first bass tournament ever conducted by BASS founder Ray Scott, died today after a lengthy illness.