Surging water from the Gulf of Mexico is washing away bass fisheries as it destroys wetlands along Louisiana's coast.
Aviolent topwater strike is unquestionably one of the supreme thrills in bass fishing. Of course, any bass taken on the surface is fun, but nothing can compare to that magic moment when a "great ol' big 'un" sucks in your topwater offering!
Metal bass lures have been around for decades, yet a surprising number of Bassmasters have either never fished them, or have experimented with them only briefly and without success.
The James River in Virginia will always haunt John Murray for his performance there.
Environment protection agency is proposing to protect fish and other aqautic wildlife
With so many capable anglers competing at the CITGO BASS Federation Eastern Divisional on Lake Winnipesaukee, everyone expected the battle for first place to be closely contested. At the end of Day 2, only 3 pounds separated the top 10 anglers. Joe Lucarelli of Center Harbor, N.H., led with 26-1.
It's a steamy summer afternoon, and all of the action has died around your favorite weedbeds where, at dawn, bass were attacking just about every lure you threw.
Federation anglers will discover the Missouri River has a diverse bass fishery when they compete in the CITGO BASS Federation Northern Divisional Sept. 15-17 on Lewis and Clark Reservoir.
Pete Ponds with the tri-fecta of the days, and finally bringing it home to win a Bassmaster Classic.
A 22-pound 8-ounce potential world class bass caught in California lake.