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Every Bass Fisherman's Champion

Aug 19, 2009

While Skeet Reese celebrated his Classic victory with sponsors, family and friends, BASS/ESPN Outdoors took time to recognize the accomplishments of other champions whose contributions to this sport may far exceed that of all Classic winners combined.

Deadly Designer Implants Built For Destructive Carp

Aug 19, 2009

Grass carp are the fish that bass anglers love to hate because of their voracious appetites for weedy habitat and occasional overstocking by lakefront associations and resource managers.

Internet Site Created For VHS Prevention

Aug 19, 2009

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is reaching out to anglers and boaters in an attempt to prevent the spread of viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS), a fish-killing disease that has infected smallmouth bass and more than a dozen other species.

Remembering Two Bass Legends

Aug 19, 2009

The bass fishing world lost two veterans in February with the deaths of David Wharton, 59, and Michael Holt, 51.

Disabilities Not A Barrier

Aug 19, 2009

David Giudice has fished his entire life, but he only began fishing competitively in 2008 after volunteering to serve as an observer during the Elite Series stop at Wheeler Lake.

New York hosts 2009 Northern Open

Aug 18, 2009

BASS returns to the smallmouth paradise of Lake Champlain out of Plattsburgh, N.Y., for the Aug. 20-22 Northern Open, the second of three 2009 tournaments for the division.

Chad Griffin's Oneida Big Bass

Aug 18, 2009

Chad Griffin, an Alaska native who now lives in Cresson, Texas, caught the biggest bass of the tournament by carefully studying Oneida's past and meticulously fishing selected spots.

Bassmaster Magazine: First Cast & Parting Shot Gallery

Aug 18, 2009

In this photo gallery you will see images from the pages of bassmaster magazine.

2009 B.A.S.S. Slam

Aug 18, 2009

A narrated slideshow from the 2009 B.A.S.S. Slam trek. Chris Horton, James Hall and Dave Jones drove over 3,100 miles in a quest to catch bass a crossed the south.

Think deep thoughts

Aug 17, 2009

If I had to pick just one thing that most casual smallmouth anglers struggle with, it would be that they aren't as good as they need to be at fishing deep water. That's the problem, and luckily there's a cure.