Two nights before the boats launch on Lake Guntersville for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic, the competitors gather for a friendly Night of Champions.
“I doubt if there is a better prespawn lure for fishing anywhere in the country,” Tharp said. “If I only had one bait that time of year to use on a grass lake — which Guntersville is — it would be a lipless crankbait.”
Elite Series pro Greg Hackney is a master of jig fishing, and winter is his favorite time of year to fish it.
When the water is cold and most anglers are fishing steep bluffs or deep water, Davy Hite is quite content to stay shallow and flip the cover.
This former Classic champ and AOY says you can leave most of your baits at home in the winter. All you need are jigs!
Most bass anglers never consider changing treble hooks on moving baits, according to KVD. Here is why it may be the biggest mistake you can make on the water.
Over the course of three days I rediscovered the many advantages smaller boats have over big ones.
Whether you're catching bass on them or just finding out where bass live, swimbaits are great tools for the bass angler.
“There’s little time during a three-hour tournament to go looking for fish,” Scott Rook says. “You have to have a good idea of what the fish are doing and fish as efficiently as you can.”
Could the Bass Pro Shops KVD Charity Classic lead to more interaction between major sports teams and pro bass fishing?