If you're a bass fisherman and you don't have a Zara Spook in your box, you don't know what you're missing.
Lacking the benefits of air conditioning, sunscreen or ceiling fans, bass endure summer's swelter by utilizing their two main temperature modification tools — depth and cover.
Anglers can boost their chances of enticing strikes by fishing hard baits with dressed-up rear trebles.
Trevor Moawad shoots straight with Takahiro Omori. Takahiro talks about his life since his 2004 Bassmaster Classic win.
He used to carry soft drinks and junk food on his boat, now it's protein bars and homemade sports drinks.
When you've climbed your sport's highest mountain, you have two choices: lament the absence of a bigger goal or embrace the totality of what it took to reach that summit.
Takahiro Omori talks about the effect that a optimistic state of mind can have on a fishing tournament.
By now, the reels are spooled, the hooks have been sharpened and plastics organized and reorganized in trays and storage bins. No doubt, readying the tools of the trade stands essential for Bassmaster Classic competitors, but so is the preparation of their most important piece of equipment -- their bodies.
Why Elite Series pro Mike McClelland is a fan of suspending baits.
Michael Iaconelli give tips on Wake 'em up on the docks