More on Pete Robbins

Waiting for launch

Feb 22, 2012

We have a murderer's row of river rats lined up on one side of the dock here at Red River South -- Greg Hackney, Stephen Browning and Bill Lowen. That's a lot of shallow water bass fishing expertise in a confined area.

Guide to winning a Red River Classic

Feb 13, 2012

To win on the Red River takes four similar steps, but the devil is in the details, which change from minute to minute, so even a seemingly foolproof plan to can be undone by one variable that doesn’t play out as expected.

Flipping for winter bass

Jan 9, 2012

Flipping and pitching legend Denny Brauer has never seen a waterway or situation that didn't cry out for the big stick and a short line.

Schultz savors Oneida opportunity

Sep 20, 2011

Oneida was the sole reason Elite angler Bernie Schultz signed up to fish the Northern Opens.

Perspective on the Nate Wellman story

Sep 7, 2011

The bottom line with the recent Nate Wellman "scandal-that’s-not-a-scandal" is that we’ll never know exactly what happened.

Oddball crankbait colors

Aug 18, 2011

If you think that you can go out with nothing but chartreuse/black, sexy shad, Tennessee shad and red craw in the boat, you may be missing out on some deadly baits

The skinny on heavy weights

Aug 17, 2011

When is the biggest flipping weight on the market not quite big enough?

For some Elites, the season never ends

Jul 9, 2011

Earlier this week Elite Series pro John Murray described himself as a truck driver who occasionally gets to fish. In order to claim the crown at the Northern Open, local pro Kelly Pratt had to beat a whole bunch of long-distance haulers.

Old Dominion dominance

Jul 9, 2011

Clark Wendlandt was the first angler to launch his boat this morning for the final day of the Northern Open on the James River.

Anglers Seek Sunshine Among the Clouds

Jul 8, 2011

The weather changed today for the anglers fishing the Northern Open, but the top of the leaderboard did not.

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