The five bass limit

The five bass limit

By Brandon Card

I love the challenge of fishing for the five biggest bass I can sack in Bassmaster tournaments. That’s what I grew up watching and why I’ve learned how to grind out five big fish. I don’t know...

Catching and releasing

Catching and releasing

By Dave Precht

The 1971 Bassmaster Classic at Lake Mead, Nevada, is remembered as the first world championship of bass fishing — the inaugural running of what has become the Super Bowl of Bass Fishing.What is...

The first Chatterbait

The first Chatterbait

By Bernie Schultz

Few lures have impacted our sport in recent years like the bladed jig. They have undoubtedly redefined our approach to shallow water angling, especially when grass, laydowns or flooded brush...

Compete to improve

Compete to improve

By Hunter Shryock

If you want to be the best tournament angler you can be, and possibly elevate yourself to Bassmaster Elite status, there’s only one way to make that happen. You have to compete in tournaments and...

The heat is on

The heat is on

By Kelley Jaye

Since coming home from Texas Fest I’ve been going non-stop at Alabama Motor and Pump Service. It looks like other parts of the country have experienced some extreme weather, but at home it has been...

Workin’ for a living

Workin’ for a living

By Jake Whitaker

It seems that many bass fans believe every Bassmaster Elite Series pro has it made because “all you guys have to do is fish.”The reality is that more than half of us on the Elite tour do some type...

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