The Seminole Bass Anglers have been inspired by one of their own, to further autism awareness. The club organized a day on the water for 10 autistic children.
Mike Macon, made his first splash in the fishing fashion world when he designed the dye-sub jersey for his club in April 2008. If the latest fashion trend in fishing continues, Macon's designs could be showing up on weigh-in stages throughout the country.
Sure, Manabu Kurita thinks his bass is big. His 22-pound, 5-ounce largemouth was just certified as the world record.
A special camp supported by the Texas BASS Federation Nation is helping develop future leaders of the fishing industry.
The Connecticut B.A.S.S. Federation Nation (CBFN) continues to help its members and their families with financing for a higher education.
Corey DeBoom was given the Ron Ward Memorial Scholarship to attend the University of Illinois.
A Team Skeeter club member has discovered a way to clean up his garage and raise funds for his club at the same time.
When Douglas Sauls and others in the 13-member Seminole Bass Anglers Club began planning A Day on the Lake for Autism Awareness in fall 2009, their primary concern was that they plan and execute in a professional manner.
John Foster, tournament director of the New Hampshire BASS Federation Nation, said members of the state chapter wanted to do something that would make a measurable difference to people in such a tough economy. The state president, Tim Reardon, suggested members collect food for the hungry.
A prestigious hall of fame in the Atlantic Bassmasters club rewards members for tournament prowess, membership seniority and club participation.