Among Bassmaster Elite Series anglers, no one has as many tournament lunkers as Kelly Jordon. This is his favorite way to target big bass right now.
Mike McClelland has a big-time reputation with a jig and a jerkbait, but in the fall one of his go-to patterns involves burning a spinnerbait in the shallows. Here's how he does it.
If your square-bill isn't deflecting off the bottom and every piece of cover you can find, you're not fishing it to Fred Roumbanis' satisfaction.
Jigs are known as big fish baits, but you have to fish them slow, right? Not so says Elite pro Greg Vinson. He uses jigs to cover water in the fall.
Doug Gilley won Super B.A.S.S. III in 1984, and he was a teacher, mentor and father figure to a legion of Florida anglers, many of whom fish the Bassmaster Elite Series today.
Survive and advance. Those are the watchwords of the Elite Series pros who must make "cuts" to move up and cash checks. Here's a countdown of the 50 best at getting into the money.
A Bassmaster Elite Series tournament is a little like a game in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The goal is to survive (win) and move on to the next round. The more you survive, the greater the reward.
It's been a tough late summer day. Relax, kick back and take a page from the schooling bass textbook of four talented Bassmaster Elite Series anglers.
Summer's winding down, now's the perfect time to change gears, to zig instead of zag and to breathe some much needed life into your bass tactics.
It’s the seventh year for the Elite Series competitive bass fishing circuit, and with it comes seven premium venues for the world’s top professional anglers ... plus one “Mystery Lake.”