Topics: Washington

How do I protect my boat from the sun?

Feb 4, 2014

Patrick Pierce's boat sun care plan is an easy three-step process that anyone can follow. There's even a fourth step to avoid.

The Totally Cool But Somewhat Improbable Lesson Learned From Nick & Jarred

Sep 28, 2013

I live, with monsters under my bed. They came for me last night.

Road warriors to compete in Classic Bracket

Sep 16, 2013

After the Classic Bracket is over, Nick Barr and Jarred Walker of Eastern Washington University likely will have covered more ground in a tournament season than anyone other than our Elite Series anglers.

Mike Long wants you to catch the biggest bass of your life

May 30, 2013

This will be a 10-part series in which Mike Long sets out the basic framework of his trophy bass fishing methods. Think of it as the "big picture."

Washington club advocates for dock project

May 29, 2013

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Members of the Fire Creek Bassmasters are working on a major rebuild project on the boat ramp and facilities at Black Lake. Two club members wrote a letter of support to help the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife gain funding to begin construction. In addition, they wrote a 'want list,' which included all the features that would be ideal, such as bathrooms, parking, access for persons with disabilities, a ramp, and a dock for tying up as well as for fishing from the dock.

Percifield goes wire-to-wire on Clear Lake

Apr 12, 2013

With a huge Day One bag and a helping hand from his teammate, Percifield wins his first major tournament.

This leader doesn't follow

Apr 10, 2013

Jeremy Percifield took the lead today in the 2013 B.A.S.S. Nation Western Divisional on California’s Clear Lake by doing his own thing.

Hicks Lake shows bass improvement

Oct 10, 2012

Mark Byrne catches a huge bass in a Washington lake that his chapter has worked on cleaning up for 10 years.

Wounded veterans go fishin’ with the pros

Sep 22, 2012

While on a mission in Iraq in 2003, Sgt. 1st Class Gary Everett of Dayton, Ohio, was nearly killed when an ammunition dump was exploded by a suicide bomber. Staff Sgt. MarkDaniel Brasel of Toledo, Wash., an Army Ranger, came to his rescue.

Fishing helped Heaton fight cancer

Sep 6, 2012

Chase Heaton, 18, found solace in bass fishing during his battle with Hodgkin's, and he's now fishing for fun through his recovery.

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