Last season, as I traveled around the country competing in bass fishing tournaments, I noticed something. The guys who were (are) the most physically fit seem to have the best years and they seemed to be able to hold up the best going into the late summer and early fall.
Practicing, being physically fit, and having a healthy diet are essential to perform to the best of your ability and to be at the top of your game.
Watch as bass pro Brandon Card goes to the extreme to find a sweet spot on the Sabine River System during the 2013 Elite Series season.
Elite Series rookie Kevin Hawk talks about his first year fishing with the best in the world.
I’ve owned bass boats since Bradley Roy was in diapers, and since that time I’ve always held one bedrock assumption to be inviolate: “There is no substitute for time on the water.”
It doesn’t take long to shift focus from one year to the next in the world of professional bass fishing. Our season just ended and most of us are already chomping at the bit to get next year started.
Fall time is topwater time, and topwater is one of my favorite techniques. There are so many topwater baits that it can be overwhelming trying to decide which one to use so I've outlined four different types of lakes and the baits that I would use on them in fall.
Cliff Crochet has said he will ban taxes if he gets voted into Toyota All-Star Week. Doubtful. But several pros are offering donations to charity and gifts for fans if they win the vote.