It may be hard to find an angler more dedicated to becoming a Bassmaster Elite Series angler than Japanese pro Kenta Kimura.
As a guide on Minnesota’s Mille Lacs Lake, Josh Douglas excels at putting his clients in touch with trophy smallmouth bass.
Cody Bird, at age 58, finally sealed the deal in B.A.S.S. competition by winning the 2020 Bassmaster Central Open at Neely Henry Lake.
At age 24 Alabama’s Wyatt Burkhalter is fishing the Bassmaster Opens for the first time and finding success.
After working in construction since graduating from high school, 36-year-old Alabamian Joshua Stracner took a year off to pursue his dream of becoming a Bassmaster Elite Series pro.
A big challenge for Paul Browning — other than catching big bass — has been making time to fish.
In the summer of 2019 KJ Queen graduated from Bethel University with a bachelors in business and a Ph.D. in bass tournament fishing.
Justin Hamner, an angler succeeding on the 2020 Bassmaster Eastern Opens, has long had the dream of being a Bassmaster Classic Champion.
By winning the first Bassmaster Central Open of 2020 on the Arkansas River, Chris Jones earned a berth in the 2021 Bassmaster Classic.
Plain lead jigs and even jigs painted in a single color often lack the realism needed to dupe bass consistently.
Famed big-bass angler Keith Combs shares the technical details of his crankbait arsenal.
Bryan New is fishing both Open divisions to double his odds for qualifying for the Bassmaster Elite Series — his major goal for 2020.
There are times when casting a crankbait that wobbles through the water column will fill a livewell with bass.
It seems like today’s pressured bass would have learned to avoid anything as obnoxious as a buzzbait.
With so much emphasis on fishing offshore, it’s reassuring to know that the shallow bite is still holding its own.
There are specific times when Elite Series pros turn to fast-action worming — here’s how they decide between the two most popular tail options.
Improvements in technology, design and materials have motivated boat builders to take giant strides over the past five decades.
Most bass fanatics will only cast a lipless rattling crankbait in early spring over submerged grass, but there's no reason to limit this type of bait.
Tracking John Cox's career from its beginnings in Florida.
Alabamian Kyle Welcher believes that competing in a bass tournament is a bigger gamble than playing poker. Considering that this 25-year-old bass addict supports himself solely by tournament...
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