I’ve made a good living fishing big crankbaits and Texas rigged worms during the summer, but in the past couple years I’ve added another valuable tool to my arsenal – the swing head jig.
Ever wish you could be a first-hand witness to how the man that most consider to be the best to ever pick up a bass fishing rod, figures-out a winning strategy on the eve of a tournament?
Bass fishing is about making adjustments to various conditions that confront an angler throughout the day.
Mix it up between some young crankers and methodical veterans who know what to expect when banging heads on the ledges.
With the spawning season fading throughout most of the Southern states, heavy rains and flooding conditions have opened a different set of opportunities for anglers.
While some anglers have made major moves up or down, others have just held their places in line. They have the piece of paper, but the story of their seasons remains a big question mark. Mathematically, a lot is still possible.
Jonathon VanDam set a new Elite Series record at Lake Havasu last Saturday. Literally – a new record.
Edwin Evers' 40-point big-bag bonus and his 5-point Day 1 leader bonus pushed him head-and-shoulders above anyone in his bucket.
It didn’t feel like déjà vu Friday on Lake Havasu, but it should have.
Best lines during the Day 2 weigh-in at Lake Havasu.