The Alabama Rig runs into problems with certain state laws because it consists of more hooks per line than is allowed in certain waters.
It’s not often that any lure or tactic can be said to totally blow away the angling competition, but a new device known as the “Alabama Rig” has come pretty close.
The field of competitors for the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be the strongest ever.
Paul Elias just caught $100K worth of suspended bass with this rig, and that's just the beginning.
How KVD does it has been discussed, but db digs into the Why.
It's been a couple of months since the "new" Alabama Rig gained popularity, and since that time much of the furor surrounding the device has died down, but I'm still shocked at just how divisive the rig continues to be.
Sometimes it’s hard to be frugal in bass fishing, but there are some tricks to save money.
With the Classic heading to Oklahoma’s Grand Lake in 2013, we asked anglers with top 10 finishes in Elite events there in 2006 and 2007 to give us their take on the 46,500-acre impoundment.
Alabama rig groundbreaker Paul Elias shows more trails to blaze with latest lure craze.
After seeing the Alabama Rig, I’m thinking about rigging it similarly but with three Caffeine Shads.