Bassmaster Elite Series pro Lee Livesay shows his top 10 fall lures that are especially effective on Lake Fork and Sam Rayburn.
Even though there were glitches, the 2021 Bassmaster Elite Series season went off without a hitch.
See the Big Bass on the Big Stage of the Bassmaster Elite Series that made many realize Big Dreams in 2021.
Take a look at the big and important bass caught last week in Upstate New York.
See the biggest bass brought in last week on Lake Champlain and learn how the weights affected the anglers' seasons.
Lee Livesay has proved to be a force on the Bassmaster Elite Series over the last three seasons, but fishing in the northern part of the country has not been his strong suit. After two sub 60 place...
The top circuit of B.A.S.S. returns for two May events in Alabama, starting with this week’s Whataburger Bassmaster Elite at Neely Henry Lake.
Learn why Lee Livesay’s transcendent victory on Lake Fork included a touch of the supernatural.
Listen to the latest episode of Bassmaster Radio featuring Lee Livesay, Patrick Walters and Quentin Cappo.
Lee Livesay ended up winning a big tournament, and the judge got to be a part of his historic Championship Sunday.
Big bass, big bags and Century Belts were big storylines at the Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite at Lake Fork.
There are problems that crop up and issues that don’t go the way you think they should.
In the Yamaha Clip of the Day, Lee Livesay stays near the top of the leaderboard on Day 3 with the opportunity to take home an Elite Series title on Sunday at his home lake.
One of the world’s best-known and most-fished trophy lakes is not going to make it easy on the field.
While Sabine River bass aren't known for size, there were certainly some fish that made a big impact on the leaderboard last week in Orange, Texas.
Don’t be surprised if fans see the biggest fish the Elites have had at this venue come across the stage.
The Bassmaster LIVE team and B.A.S.S. emcee Dave Mercer share their early thoughts on the 2021 Bassmaster Elite Series season.
Looking back at a wild and exciting year of Bassmaster tournament competition.
The Central Open this week at Lewisville Lake, and the season finale Eastern Open in early December at Lay Lake, are the final opportunities for anglers to make a move in the AOY standings.
If you need two guys to accompany you on a five-mile jog, help you move furniture, catch you a fat largemouth or simply share a laugh and a cold beer, you’d be wise to get ahold of Bassmaster Elite...
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