Columnists

I’ve got to get better

Matt Herren

I’m sitting at home after the end of the 2022 Bassmaster Elite Series season, and I would call it a subpar season. I finished 67th in the Progressive Bassmaster Angler...

Big can be better in the fall

Clark Wendlandt

A common strategy for catching bass during the fall is to go little — as in smaller lure presentations. That can work. Bass will school and push young shad around...

Warp-speed technology

Bryan Brasher

One of the most heated issues I’ve covered during my time as an outdoors writer was the fight to legalize crossbows for deer hunting during archery season. People who hadn’t...

The right choice

James Hall

I hate conundrums. Typically, when it comes to difficult decisions, I’m pretty stellar at making the wrong one. Actually, that may be my superpower. Still, that’s precisely what we were...

Preparing for tough tournaments

Darold Gleason

If it was always easy, it wouldn’t be fun. That’s something I tell myself often, and it’s definitely something I’ll be telling myself during this week’s the St. Croix Bassmaster...

Sitting in the stands

Chris Zaldain

Now that the Bassmaster Elite Series is over for the year I’m able to kind of sit back and truly be a fan of the sport. During the season I’m...

Looking back at 2022

Carl Jocumsen

When I look back at the 2022 Bassmaster Elite Series season, I have to say that, without winning an event, it was definitely my best year. It was my most...

Autumn’s bass bonanza, part 1

Michael Iaconelli

Fall bass fishing can be phenomenal. There are two distinct periods you need to be aware of to take full advantage of it: the “fall feed” followed by the “fall...

Let’s talk openly

Bryan Brasher

One of the most popular topics of conversation at the annual ICAST fishing trade show back in July was the new format for the St. Croix Bassmaster Opens presented by...

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