Bass Fishing Articles

Having almost recovered from the mid-January winter storm that brought freezing temperatures and several inches of snow to the South Carolina Midlands, Lake Murray was on the cusp of breaking wide open with the bass moving up to spawn.

Winter weather that brought snow and ice to Southeast Texas has played havoc with recent bass tournaments on Sam Rayburn Lake, but that could change for the better for the Texas Team Tournament series opener there this Saturday.

Hunter Hicks and Mike Stephens won the SC Division tourney last year on WylieHunter Hicks and Mike Stephens won the SC Division tourney last year on Wylie

The second winter storm in two weeks is expected to dump a half-foot of snow and ice on the Lake Wylie, S.C, area Tuesday and Wednesday, which is likely to make water temperatures plunge by the launch of the Carolina Bass Challenge North Carolina Division opener Saturday – but that might be a good thing for a few lucky anglers.

Who will win the 44th annual Bassmaster Classic Feb. 21-23 on Alabama's famed Lake Guntersville?

Johnny Patterson won the first 2013 Walmart Bass Fishing League Choo Choo Division Tournament on Lake Guntersville last February, launching his drive to claiming the points championship for the division by season's end.

Chris Dill of Hueytown, Ala., says a colder, wetter winter means fishing on Lake Martin is going be a little different this Saturday from a year ago when he weighed in a five-bass limit at 18.21 pounds to win the 2013 Weekend Bass Series Alabama South Division 2 season opener.

The scenario on Florida's famed Lake Okeechobee could not be better Feb. 6-9 for the opening FLW Tour Major of 2014 as Brandon Cobb of Greenwood, S.C., begins his rookie season on the tour.

After a very satisfying and productive off-season, Brent Chapman is toned up and tuned in for his 20th full season on the Bassmaster Tour, and eager to get started with the first Bass Pro Shops Central open tournament Feb. 5-8 on Lake Amistad.

Alabama, where professional bass fishing was born with the advent of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society in 1968, has launched a new tournament series for amateur anglers that is expected to pump millions of dollars into the state's economy.

The 2014 Bass Anglers Sportsman Society kicks off the 2014 season this week with the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open No. 1 on Lake Tohopekaliga, and Hank Cherry is “ready to get it on.”