A livewell full of happenings going on in the bass fishing world.
When New Hampshire’s Wayne England needed a team tournament partner a few years ago, his bride Lyn graciously volunteered to do what she’s done throughout their 26 year marriage – she stood by her man – this time, on the deck of their bass boat.
No one is safe from being smitten by the bass tournament bug, including a civil litigations lawyer in Virginia.
The winners are developing their own patterns and spots. That gives them the edge. Their fish are just a little bit bigger.
Two Georgia businessmen find out what it's like to be a friend to Aaron Martens and end up teaching him a thing about fishing.
Tucker Hill, a member of the Georgia Southern fishing team, sent in this great look at what it takes to be a college fisherman. Thanks for sharing, Tucker. We're checking to see if we have any college eligibility left now...
Leukemia patient Auston Ballard, 16, got the surprise of his life when he got to spend a day in the boat with Chris Lane.
Alabama angler Scott Canterbury hopes to reach the Bassmaster Classic via the Bassmaster Opens’ 'win and you’re in' stipulation.
The 2016 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series will span five months, visit five regions of the country and challenge competitors in a three-day tournament format.
Watch Cliff Pace pull a giant bass out of the water with a balsa crankbait.