There are days when bass roam far from their home base in a brushpile or weedbed, but more often, you've got to hit or penetrate the cover with your baits to catch fish.
If you've ever spent much time on Lake Texoma, you understand how frustrating it can be trying to catch the finicky bass living around the lake's dozens of docks and crowded boat stalls.
In this article you can read, how angler Kelly Jordon goes back to using the short-handle rod as he did when growing up as a young boy fishing a creek near his home.
There is not just one-way to exploit a dock, a place where bass congregate and hide in plain sight.
Jordon opts for a big jerkbait when he finds bass feeding on large baitfish, and when he wants to upgrade his catch.
Frigid weather greets the anglers on the final morning of the 2008 Bassmaster Classic.
Todd Faircloth, Kelly Jordon and Alton Jones attached the new license plates to their trailers and thought nothing more of it.
If you respool your reels as much as I do, I hope you stocked up on some extra fluorocarbon line recently because it's summer and you're going to need it.
Every decade seems to have its hot lure trend.
If you could choose any type of cover to fish for bass, what would it be? We asked four touring pros this question, as well as how they'd fish it