In this article, you can read about how Marty Stone's two decades on the tournament trail have made him a big believer in matching lure color to light conditions.
Warm weather means most anglers trade in their crankbaits for soft plastics.
In this article, you can read how Denny Brauer provides some practical matter-of-fact advice about setting up a bass boat. Denny suggests fitting the boat to your personality and fishing style.
Here's how an Elite Series pro makes a little crank go a long way
In this article, you can read how the increased spectator traffic during the Bassmaster Classic has created two schools of thought on the importance of getting off to a fast start.
Learn how to make local media work for your B.A.S.S. Club. This handy guide will help you navigate the media market.
A magical series of fallen trees lying in 5 feet of water along the shoreline in pockets located near Lake Wylie's Catawba River channel provided Takahiro Omori with his biggest career moment to date — victory in the 2004 Bassmaster Classic.
Most anglers know the basics of patterning winter bass. Here, coldwater experts offer some advanced lessons to increase your success when the mercury drops
In this article, you can read about Trip Weldon, one of central Alabama's most talented bass anglers and his analysis of the upcoming 2002 Bassmasters Classic on Lay Lake.
Read about the resurgence of finesse worms, a hot technique for top bass pros right now.
In this article, read what happened when Rob Kilby's Spoonbill cleared the edge of the grass. The bass inhaled it," says Kilby. "The only thing sticking out of their mouths was the bill.