How Far Fishing’s Come
As BASS was born, so was the tackle revolution. Here are the stories of where your bassin' gear came from
For years of dedicated service to bass fishermen everywhere, we salute the birth and evolution of the timeless plastic worm
Fish A Mile in These Shoes
For some reason anglers don't give their shoes a secnd thought. Here are the best options in angling footwear based on the newest offering.
2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Top 12
Here's a quick rundown of the Sunshine Showdown's leaders, and their setups.
2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Passing the Test
As a co-angler in the back of the boat, it almost seems useless to practice. You're going where the pro wants to go.
If Zell Rowland isn't fishing, he's busy developing and improving his craft by designing new lures.
Focus on polarization
Though both anglers were wearing polarized sunglasses, Monroe's partner, squint as he might, could not see the bass. Monroe handed over his sunglasses.
Bass fishing, then and now
Our early bass boats were square-ended johnboats weighing a little over 100 pounds. They were ideal for "sandpapering a shore" — the expression we used that meant saturating a shoreline with casts.
Other Classic lures
See what red hot lures are used by the pros at the 2008 Bassmaster Classic.
You don't need thick mats of floating vegetation to catch bass with a hollow-bodied frog a little cover, open water and a decent topwater bite will suffice