db has been in the reporting biz for over 30 years, won some Emmys and other awards, but is proudest of his four-decade marriage, his two kids and the fact he founded Tackle The Storm Foundation to help children.
Retirement was always just a thought, a someday way far away, that someday was always just smoke in the wind, you know, out there somewhere.
'Aaron Martens taught me something with every answer he gave to every question I ever asked.'
Don Barone dials up an honest to God rocket scientist to interview.
There stands alone on an Arkansas lake dock a violin player, and as the sun sets she plays a song for the waves below her feet.
It was on the clear blue waters of Lake Champlain where Don Barone's 14-year gig at B.A.S.S. began on a July morning in 2007.
One angler tells his story of trying to catch one bass a month every year.
“First fish I ever caught I took home and hid under my bed, mom eventually smelled it out.”— Jeremy JohnsonDateline: March 2021“There are places I remember…”When I think back to my childhood I see...
Remembering the legacy of the anglers who came before us, and the legacy we will leave for the anglers who come after us.
Don Barone and others share their childhood stories of family, friends and fishing.
Bassmaster writer Don Barone gathers Christmas wishes from the fans for this holiday season.
This Thanksgiving, Don Barone's hope for the world is a little bit of happiness, a little whiff of normal.
There are a few people who will come into your life and leave behind footprints chiseled in granite, footprints that in some small way change you for the rest of your life.
We have young strong backs more than talented enough to carry on the gift of those who came before them.
It’s about a zone, not a traffic zone, but that deep zone inside of you, that zone of complete and utter honesty, the zone you don’t need a mirror to acknowledge.
To Randy and Cody, forget the tournaments behind you, focus not on the fish you lost but on the fish you are about to catch.
How Bassmaster Elite Series pro Chad Pipkens found happiness in his life as a professional bass angler.
To all those taking to the big lake up north, this is your next at bat.
This is the exact moment Elite angler Buddy Gross knew what he was put on this Earth to do.
“We back, we back, we back in the saddle…”Dateline: Witch's Ditch“No duty is more urgent than that of returning thanks.”— James AllenAllow me two things here: One, to set up this story with some...
Don Barone follows up with an artist he met during the Bassmaster Classic in Birmingham, Ala.
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