What a week! I qualified for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic on my home lake. That’s a big deal. I sure didn’t want to sit that one out if I could help it.
Arkansas pro bags 20 pounds, 10 ounces of smallies to lead Elite field by over a pound.
Sports are full of "magic" numbers. This week in bass fishing, that number is about 445.
After a total smallmouth smashfest on the St. Lawrence River, the Elite Series kicks it up a notch with a visit to the No. 1 bass lake in the world, Lake St. Clair.
Lake St. Clair promises another big smallmouth fest for the field of 99 Bassmaster Elite Series pros at next week’s regular-season finale out of Detroit.
I’m doing something this afternoon you won’t see me doing very often. I’m fishing way offshore, and I do mean way offshore.
Idaho pro made miles matter to reach his annually-renewing goal - to never miss a Classic.
One mistake in the excitement of zeroing in on a school of big smallmouth could have cost Brandon Palaniuk his lead in the Evan Williams Bourbon Showdown.
With their win on Georgia’s Lake Chatuge, Auburn University at Montgomery’s Tom Frink gets to go out on top and Jacob Nummy gets to see his creation rise to the highest possible high.
On Day Two of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open on Oneida Lake, New York pro Jim Bianchi landed the largest limit of the tournament to build a lead of over 2 pounds over his closest competitor.