The last few weeks have been crazy busy, which is great! I’ve been working with the media, answering emails, talking to sponsors and putting the finishing touches on my new Phoenix/ Yamaha rig. I’ve been without a boat for a while, so I’m ready to get back out there and do some fishing. With the weather getting colder, I’ll definitely be throwing one of my favorite contraptions: the umbrella rig.
Through December, donation programs for the United Service Organizations and AMVETS are provided across the country.
Some familiar bass fishing waters and some never visited by B.A.S.S. tournaments will play host to competitors in the 2015 Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation divisionals.
A look at the fisheries scheduled for the upcoming B.A.S.S. Nation tournaments.
See the moment when a bass decides it's time for dinner.
Bassmaster Magazine's annual list of the best bass fishing lakes in the world.
Mike Iaconelli will host John Crews and Paul Mueller on Ike Live!, Sunday, Nov. 23, at 8 p.m. ET, live-streaming from www.mikeiaconelli.com.
Mark Zona and Dave Mercer join Tommy Sanders on this week's Livewell answering the big three questions in bass fishing.
While I consider myself fortunate to have been involved in tournament fishing at a young age, opportunities for today’s teens are far better and growing every day. There weren’t as many places for anglers to compete when I was that age. I joined a bass club at age 16 and most of the club members were much older. Even so, I learned a lot from them in meetings and club events. But throughout my early career, I had to compete against older and more experienced anglers and would have loved the chance to fish with and against guys my own age.
The 10.97-pounder was part of a five-fish stringer that tipped the scales at a whopping 40.45 pounds.