The last week of September was a quite an emotional week in the bass fishing world — there were moments where tears flowed.
Images from the 2020 and 2021 induction classes of the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame
Bruce Akin, 63, retired Sept. 30 after 10 years as CEO, leaving the organization with a full livewell and sunny horizons.
Meet the two winners of the 2021 Noreen Clough Memorial Scholarship for Females in Fisheries.
Despite the heat, the distance, the traffic and the logistics that are inherent to the Bassmaster Classic, the team returned over 98% of the bass weighed during the 51st Classic to the lake where...
The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame Board of Directors announced the induction class of 2021, which includes three deserving individuals – Gene Gilliland, Jason Lucas and Trip Weldon.
AFTCO is committed to conservation, and the company pledges to donate 10% of their profits each year to conservation initiatives.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2021 Noreen Clough Memorial Scholarship for Females in Fisheries.
Can bass distinguish between a watermelon lizard with black specks and one with red specks?
Blake Jackson talks about his day halftime through the final day of the Carhartt College Bracket presented by Bass Pro Shops.
University of North Alabama's Benson Dowler talks about his morning on Day 2 of the Carhartt College Classic Bracket presented by Bass Pro Shops.
Cole Sands caught his third fish of Day 1.
Cole Sands makes his first cast in the 2020 Carhartt College Classic Bracket presented by Bass Pro Shops.
Common questions in the fall when fishing gets slow are: 'What is this thermocline everyone talks about and what does it mean when the lake turns over?'
Bringing bass to the surface from deeper water results in a rapid expansion of the bladder because of reduced water pressure.
The fourth annual Noreen Clough Memorial Scholarships for Females in Fisheries have been awarded to Katherine Abbott, at the University of Massachusetts, and to Audrey Baetz, who is studying at...
Researchers have known for some time that changes in turbidity can influence fish behavior.
Despite fishery managers having years of schooling and experience, Mother Nature still has more control over what happens in lakes than many care to admit.
When the crew stops to work up the catch, ask them to show you what they are collecting.
Advances in fishery management, different angler attitudes and changes in habitat and water quality may have helped once tired, old lakes become good bass fisheries again.
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