With so many capable anglers competing at the CITGO BASS Federation Eastern Divisional on Lake Winnipesaukee, everyone expected the battle for first place to be closely contested. At the end of Day 2, only 3 pounds separated the top 10 anglers. Joe Lucarelli of Center Harbor, N.H., led with 26-1.
It's a steamy summer afternoon, and all of the action has died around your favorite weedbeds where, at dawn, bass were attacking just about every lure you threw.
Federation anglers will discover the Missouri River has a diverse bass fishery when they compete in the CITGO BASS Federation Northern Divisional Sept. 15-17 on Lewis and Clark Reservoir.
Pete Ponds with the tri-fecta of the days, and finally bringing it home to win a Bassmaster Classic.
A 22-pound 8-ounce potential world class bass caught in California lake.
Bassmaster Tour angler Pete Gluszek teaches kids, at their schools and cubscouts, about bass fishing.
This is not a story about a new technique or a killer lure. It's much more important than that. Rather, it is about choices how to make the right ones and how to learn from our mistakes.
The art of flipping is no longer for specialists. Look into most Bassmasters' rod lockers and you're going to find at least one long, stout rod latched to a gutsy reel spooled with heavy-duty line.
Among serious trophy and world record bass hunters, no other region of the world besides California has gained as much recognition for consistently producing fish heavier than 15 pounds, and for good reason. Of the top 25 bass ever officially recorded (including George Perry's world record 22-4), 22 have come from the Golden State.
In this article, you can read about Ray Scott, whose star power cannot be denied. Scott is the impassioned ambassador to a sport whose theatrics were just the kick-start needed to open the Classic Outdoor Show at the Louisiana Superdome.