Topics: News

Ike: Getting ready for the party

Jun 2, 2015

BASSfest is a real chance to get some good information about bass fishing and the outdoors lifestyle.

Flashback: 1993 on Kentucky Lake

Jun 2, 2015

As BASSfest 2015 revs up on Kentucky Lake, we take a look back at the 1993 Kentucky Invitational where Japanese angler Norio Tanabe made a splash on this famous fishery.

2015 High School All-American: Nick Montilino

Jun 2, 2015

Nick Montilino has been a dominant force among Minnesota bass fishing's youth ranks in recent years.

Fantasy: Who Justin Lucas would pick for BASSfest

Jun 2, 2015

Sacramento River champ Justin Lucas picks underdogs for BASSfest.

2015 High School All-American: Joe Grafeman

Jun 1, 2015

Joe Grafeman not only goes to classrooms to teach elementary schoolers the joys of bass fishing, he also is a regular contributor to the Lake Ozark Fishing News.

Lester: Cranks will be the thing at BASSfest

Jun 1, 2015

Ledge fishing baits have come so far in the past few years, but the one staple that always remains in everyone’s offshore arsenal is the deep diving crankbait.

Forbes names Bass Pro Shops one of 'America’s Best Employers'

Jun 1, 2015

Bass Pro Shops, a leading national retailer of outdoor gear and apparel, has been named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes magazine

2015 High School All-American: Cam Sterritt

Jun 1, 2015

Cam Sterritt has been a star on the New Hampshire bass fishing scene practically since he could walk, but as much as loves catching fish, protecting them is his passion.

B.A.S.S. announces official launch of Bass Anglers for Saltwater Conservation

Jun 1, 2015

B.A.S.S. announced today, along with a large coalition of angler groups, the official launch of Bass Anglers for Saltwater Conservation (BASC), a new intuitive online advocacy system that allows fishing enthusiasts to write, call or tweet their legislators through prewritten engagements online.

Kansas clubs add habitat to Wilson

Jun 1, 2015

Volunteers assembled and sank 30 structures in groups of three to five in shallow water on secondary points around Lake Wilson and marked them with GPS coordinates,

advertisement