The 2014 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens Series has something for everyone — whether they’re a top professional angler, an aspiring pro or simply a fan of the sport.
Mike Iaconelli is confident enough to know that he has a legitimate shot to win every time out, whether it’s a northern lake, a tidal river, a southern impoundment or a parking lot mud puddle.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone has his fishing license in hand and is ready to take on Alabama's Wheeler Lake for the 2013 Toyota Bonus Bucks Owners Tournament.
Find out where college anglers will compete for the championship — and a spot in the 2014 Classic.
It’s Bassmaster Classic time and I’m ready. I’ve spent the last month preparing diligently, working on my equipment and tackle and thinking about Grand Lake.
The Bassmaster Classic is the Super Bowl of bass fishing, and like the Super Bowl it's sometimes a nail biter and sometimes a blowout.
Ask any Bassmaster Classic qualifier to describe why being in this particular tournament is cool. Most will come up something like this: “Well, it’s the Classic, isn’t it?”
Don considers the similarities between the Bassmaster Classic and the Super Bowl.
The anglers competing for the world championship in 2013 are an interesting mix of rookies and veterans, favorites and long shots, usual suspects and virtual unknowns.
The brightest college anglers compete for the championship — and then a berth in the Bassmaster Classic.