Ten years ago, that decision was pretty cut and dried. If you wanted a glitzy, high performance rig, you chose fiberglass. If you were shopping for an entry level rig to fish small lakes and shallow rivers, aluminum was the way to go.
When you spend more than 20,000 miles a year with bass boat in tow, you learn important tricks that keep you safe, comfortable and efficient.
Lowrance's new "BR24" sounds like a code name for a secret weapon, and it could possibly turn out to be just that for a handful of Bassmaster Classic anglers.
Master Series on Power Fishing with Kevin VanDam (Lesson 13: Power fishing during winter)
It pays to think "outside the box" when assessing how and when to use lures.Many baits are stereotyped for specific situations, and in the case of soft plastics, that includes how we rig them.
It's that time of year when the sunsets earlier. This means we need to be using our boat's navigational lights.
Today's bass boats are extremely well built, but they need attention to keep them looking good and functioning properly.
It amazes me how anglers will spend hours taking care of their boats yet ignore their trailers.
Few things are more aggravating than having another bass boat of similar horsepower blow by you while you're running down the lake.