More on David Jones

Buying a used boat

Oct 3, 2008

Buying a used boat can be fun, simple, and save you lots of money. Just be aware of the pitfalls, create and stick to a budget and, most importantly, know what you need.

The Quest for a Record Smallmouth

Sep 11, 2008

As far as most bass fishermen are concerned, the number to beat is 22 pounds, 4 ounces. To smallmouth bass fishermen, it is 11-15.

The Latest Lowen

Sep 10, 2008

Bill Lowen and his wife Jennifer welcomed Nevaeh Ann Marie Lowen to their family at approximately 4 o'clock this morning.

School Lessons

Sep 9, 2008

People everywhere, including Bassmaster Elite Series pros, still use lures from the past with astonishing success.

The Case Against Catch and Release

Sep 5, 2008

It's widely agreed that catch and release is a good thing, but the less audible argument made by fisheries biologists is that underharvesting can be just as detrimental as overharvesting.

Angel Anglers

Sep 2, 2008

A day on the water with Elite Anglers leaves lasting impression on Boys and Girls Club Members

Blade's the Thing

Sep 2, 2008

Bladed jig experts Randy Howell and Mark Menendez weigh in on why these unique baits still deserve a spot in you starting lineup.

I Blew It!

Aug 13, 2008

A look back at the 2008 TTAOY race with the runner-ups.

Shiners, Minnows and Gobies

Aug 4, 2008

While bluegill and shad constitute the majority of bass' finned fare, there are other fishes that a hungry largemouth won't pass up. Some are specific to certain regions. Gobies, for example, account for nearly ninety percent of smallmouth bass' diet in Lake Erie, but you'd be hard pressed to find a goby in Florida. The bass' diverse diet and voracious appetite are a few reasons why they are so successful most everywhere they are introduced.

"Angler X" Picks for Empire Chase

Jul 30, 2008

Several new names pop up on Angler X's list for the Empire Chase at Lake Erie. Electronics will level the competition out, but there are still several guys he feels have an advantage in some way. He believes that pulling five 4-pounders from a single location is not only realistic, it is probably how the event will be won.

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