The Belfast Area High School Bass Cats got their feet wet working on their first conservation project last summer at Lake St. George.
Members of Riley's Catch honor the late Riley Laymon, a young angler with a dream for high school fishing who died before it was realized.
The same JWC that made future Bassmaster Elite Series pro Bradley Roy a star also inspired another young angler — BASSfest champ Jacob Wheeler — to go pro.
When the judges of the Little Miss Dogwood pageant asked Ilsa Clare Grave, 6, what she wanted to do when she grew up, she told them she wanted to win the Bassmaster Classic.
The Hamilton Bassmasters hosted its fourth annual Spring Fishing Swap and Sale and helped raise money for a local child with a urinary disorder.
When Bryn Logan Maynard, 12, died of cancer, the boy's family leaned on Bassmaster Elite Series pro Dennis Tietje.
Dylan Wawruck, 13, raised more than $2,300 to fight cancer — just by catching fish.
Austin Mize and Matthew Windham won the Alabama B.A.S.S. Nation Junior Bassmaster Championship on Lake Neely Henry.
These 12 young men are the last ones standing after six divisionals, and they’ll put their skills to the test against their peers at the end of this month in Arkansas.
Noah Winslow's and Brian Volkernick's dreams came true when they won the 2013 B.A.S.S. Nation Eastern Divisional Junior Bassmaster competition on Sebago Lake in Maine.
Quentin Vercher, 18, just fished in the Southern Divisional a month ago, and now he's headed to join the U.S. Marine Corps.
Ben Stone and Clayton Childs took home trophies after winning their respective age divisions in the Junior Bassmaster Southern Divisional on Douglas Lake.
Riley Laymon's tragic death breathed life into the high school fishing movement in North Carolina.
Mike Iaconelli spent time in January talking to teens and adults during the annual event.
B.A.S.S. Nation is the new name of the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation because many feel it better represents all we do.
Take a peek at all the fun times young anglers are having on the water!
Third- and fourth-graders in the state are learning bass fishing alongside traditional school subjects.
Jerry McKinnis has talked about getting kids more involved in fishing and says he's ready to attack.