More on Mark Tyler

TowBoatU.S. saves the day

Sep 20, 2013

Crew assists five boats in two days of fishing on Arkansas River.

Best Bass Lakes of 2013: San Joaquin Delta

Apr 24, 2013

If you want to get away from it all, the San Joaquin Delta’s 1,000 miles of shoreline certainly allow for that.

Best Bass Lakes of 2012: San Joaquin Delta

Apr 12, 2012

The San Joaquin Delta, more commonly known as the California Delta, is a big-bass factory that encompasses more than 1,000 miles of shoreline.

Biffle jets away from the pack

Sep 9, 2011

Finding unpressured fish gives Tommy Biffle a 9-pound, 15-ounce lead going into final day of Central Open.

Day after day ... after day

Mar 29, 2011

Last time we covered a new statistic that I call Daily Catch Ratio (or DCR). I listed the best and worst anglers from the Elite Series for Day One and Day Two. Now let's take a look at who slipped the most from Day One to Day Two of the 2010 Elite Series season.

Open notes: 'Will win next one'

Feb 25, 2011

LEWISVILLE, Texas -- Mark Tyler doesn't think he can win the first Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open ... but he's pretty sure about the third.

Gluszek signs with Denali Rods

Feb 1, 2011

Denali Rods has added another quality angler to its pro staff, professional fisherman Pete Gluszek. Gluszek will join Terry Bolton, Ray Scheide, Michael Murphy, Preston Clark, and Mark Tyler on the Denali Rods Pro Staff

Mark Tucker: Early Fall Jerkbaits

Nov 3, 2010

During the fall, Tucker often relies on jerkbaits. Suspended bass in open water are typically some of the toughest fish to target. Tucker describes some techniques using jerkbait to lure them in.

Mark Tucker: The finesse jig

Nov 3, 2010

For Elite Series pro Mark Tucker, the finesse jig is a lure with year-round applications. On clear water lakes Tucker can often be found tempting suspended bass with the bite-sized morsel.

Mark Tucker: The floating worm

Nov 3, 2010

Elite Series pro Mark Tucker points out that there are other options while fishing around and during the spawn. The Missouri pro often rigs his floating worm wacky style. Using a wacky rig, he can slowly twitch and shake the worm to entice strikes.

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