To be the "bump man” is arguably the most humiliating position in our sport.
Some of the country's most experienced pros and guides offer their 10 best tips for fishing wood.
Sometimes it's nice to just go "catching." Finding a small lake or pond that has a lot of fish will allow you to worry less about finding fish and you can concentrate more on just catching them.
When you travel as much as I do, having a partner (or partners) to share time with is a major plus — kind of like a support group on wheels.
To help clear up the mysteries of structure fishing, we sought input from Cincinnati, Ohio, BASS pro Joe Thomas, a four time Classic qualifier and veteran TV outdoor show host.
Joe Thomas gives us tips on locating structure and how to fish it properly.
Today, many successful fishermen take full advantage of current technology to efficiently record, organize and retrieve vital information that can pay big dividends in the present and future.
When bass are passive, don't be aggressive. Here's how the BASS pros lull inactive fish into eating