To help clear up the mysteries of structure fishing, we sought input from Cincinnati, Ohio, BASS pro Joe Thomas, a four time Classic qualifier and veteran TV outdoor show host.
We put the best professional anglers in the nation on a small lake they've never seen before, then give them seven hours to unlock its secrets while we log everything they do to find and catch bass in timeline fashion.
Thousands of Bassmasters nationwide fish small bodies of water: reclaimed mining pits, county and state park lakes, stock ponds, pothole lakes, pay lakes, even golf course water hazards.
If you've pinpointed the bass but can't make 'em bite, try this tournament-proven tactic
Whether you are trying to keep your bait from snagging or keep a hooked bass from throwing your crank, these baits may just be worth a try
Here's why pros are replacing spinnerbaits with the ATVs of crankin' plugs
In this article, you can read about Steve Kennedy's Fall day on a new lake, Lake Q, a 650-acre reservoir.
In case you missed an issue of Bassmaster Magazine during the past four decades, here is a sampling of some of the best advice ever printed to serve bass anglers.
Ever wonder how a BASS pro would fare on your home lake that little body of water down the road where you and your buddies fish for bass? That's the premise behind Bassmaster's reality series, "A Day on the Lake." Here, we put the leading competitors on the pro BASS tour on small "mystery" lakes, then give them seven hours to figure out a viable pattern while we log everything they do to locate and catch bass.