See how your state's record smallmouth bass compares to all the others. Check out this Web Extra from page 38 of the July/August/September 2008 North American Fisherman magazine.
How would you manage a stream for smallmouth? Dr. Hal Schramm shows you the ins and outs of a stream ideally suited for smallies.
Bass pro Dion Hibdon shares secrets on how to whip the bass into a feeding frenzy. Sound like something you might want to do?
Buzzbaits work great for big bass. Want to make them work even better? Follow these easy steps to success. Plus, we offer tips for tweaking your buzzbait to make it run just the way you want it to.
With increased fishing pressure and improvements in today’s electronics and trolling motors, savvy anglers are relying on more precise presentations to catch brown bass from the big lakes and rivers.
Some bass anglers may consider it taboo to drag a lure behind a boat under power. But there are times when, and situations where, it not only makes more sense, it results in a lot more action with big fish.
Top bassmen are twisting the boundaries of spoon fishing—and reaping the rewards!
Spawning activity of largemouth bass can be broken into three distinct stages. Where you find the fish and how they behave depends on what stage of the spawn they are in.
When he's not fishing Bassmaster tournaments, Jimmy Mason is guiding fellow anglers to winter smallmouths. Here, he explains how subtle jerkbait presentations can help you beat cold-weather bronzebacks.
In largemouth fishing, “muddy water” is a relative term. What’s muddy to one bass may be relatively clear to another.
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!
Use this map to key in on smallmouth bass spawning times for your geographic location.
Alabama guide and pro angler Jimmy Mason has been smack in the middle of the excitement surrounding this cool new way to catch bass.
Late spring and early summer provide some of the best opportunities of the year to catch bass in shallow water with a spinnerbait. The reason is because bream as well as shad, both prime forage for bass, have moved shallow to spawn, and bass are taking advantage of it.