This was a storybook event that couldn't have been scripted any better: Hometown kid, Mike Iaconelli, wins on a challenging bass fishery, the Delaware River, in front of a rowdy, passionate Philly crowd.
This may be sacrilegious for a writer to declare but this year I’m working diligently to remove certain words from my vocabulary. Specifically, I’m trying to limit the use of “lost,” “loser” and “losing” from my articles.
Whether you're fishing from a johnboat, kayak or canoe, these types of watercraft will go where a big fancy bass boat can't.
Regular visitors to Bassmaster.com may notice our homepage looks different today.
This book delves deep into the reasons that draw us to the water time and time again. Plus, it makes a great gift for the holidays.
I'm an angler, so of course I want to win. But I'm also a writer, so I appreciate a good story. No good story ever began with “He won.”
db talks to J Todd Tucker on his way to the Bassmaster Classic Wild Card presented by Star Tron.
The Clemson University Bass Fishing Team held a charity tournament to benefit Tackle the Storm Foundation on South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell.
After the final weigh-in at Oneida Lake, I went out to dinner with a small group of friends that included Bassmaster photographer James Overstreet and Bassmaster writer Craig Lamb. As we sat down, my wife turned to me and said, “There goes Edwin Evers.”
Anytime I work a promotion, whether it's large or small, I'm approached by young people wanting to know more on how to become a professional angler. And that's good.