Keith Combs wins the Toyota Texas Bass Classic on Lake Conroe in a fish-off...
The BASS ZONE breaks down the most intriguing performances during the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series and FLW Tour seasons.....
Paul Elias breaks the century mark to easily win the FLW Tour Open on Lake Guntersville
Fifth year pro says he's still looking for a breakthrough moment....
Chef Anthony makes the move from co to pro....
“It’s not a decision that I came on lightly because B.A.S.S. has been my home for 26 years.” – Peter Thliveros
From the Bassmaster Central Open on Table Rock Lake to the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Championship, Oklahoma’s Jared Miller is looking to capitalize on his upcoming opportunities.
After winning the Bassmaster Northern Open points title, Michael Simonton is optimistic about his chances of joining the 2012 Elite Series
"I think that especially on lakes where you are equally apt to win on either species, over the course of a multiple day tournament you’re going to have to chance species and zone in on that change.”
"I really feel like I should be able to make a Top 12 cut every year." - Charlie Hartley
Tour life is a year to year decision for soft-spoken California pro
After a 5th place finish in the Northern Open point standings, Fletcher Shryock will test his skills on the 2012 Elite Series.
The “win and you’re in the Classic” format for the 2011 Bassmaster Opens has created some interesting scenarios…
“I’m not counting on the fact that I’m going to make the Elite Series yet. There are no guarantees in fishing but I’m just about there.” – Chris Zaldain
After a solid performance on Champlain, Glenn Browne leads the points heading into the homestretch
Dave Wolak blows the field away with 81-0 in the FLW Tour Open at Lake Champlain
Tar Heel Pro David Hendrick looking to continue successful run with the PAA…..
California pro disappointed that he won’t be able fish two full tours.
After two year climb, Terry Butcher hopes that his 2011 dip was just a speed bump
“My focus has always been to catch as many fish as possible and bring in a limit. I’m not the type of guy to go out and ‘swing for the fence’ or throw giant baits all day.” – Cody Meyer
Ike talks about the All-Star event, his future in TV, designing new baits and the 2012 Classic....
Ike visits Bristol, reviews his 2011 season and looks ahead to a busy fall schedule....
Texas veteran Harold Allen qualifies for the Toyota Texas Bass Classic through the PAA Tournament Series....
Over the past two seasons on the Elite Series , there has been no place like home.....
"It's not like I'm anybody special, but I knew that I could compete." - Jacob Wheeler
Todd Auten goes from a 6th place finish at the Forrest Wood Cup to the PAA Tournament Series on Neely Henry in search of an AOY title….
Scott Martin wins at Ouachita – Tharp and Rose finish in 2nd and 3rd
"I just decided to not fish any other tournaments all this year and focus on getting ready for this one."
While the statistics prove that the Indiana pro knows how to put fish in the boat, he said that two main changes in his tournament approach and philosophy have been critical to the success he has experienced and boosted him from a consistent tournament angler to a tournament angler who is consistently near the top of the standings.
Kevin VanDam, Skeet Reese, Mike Iaconelli and Gary Klein among select group to compete in a new game, with new rules and no limits.
Benefit tournament raises over $30,000 for Special Olympics
Kentucky pro Kevin Snider ends the FLW Tour Majors with back-to-back 2nd place finishes
"This year it seemed like I started grasping for straws and trying way more things than I'd ever tried before."