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Dennis Tietje: Crawfish basics

Jan 21, 2011

Dennis Tietje on crustaceans and what their color means.

Dove: Fishing Boat Ramps

Jan 21, 2011

For many bass anglers, boat ramps represent nothing more than an access point to the lake and maybe a source of anxiety on crowded weekends.

Following Your Instincts

Jan 21, 2011

Every human is born with survival instincts that are heightened and developed over time. For the professional bass angler, it's no different. While the bass pro's fishing instincts may not spell the difference between life and death, it can spell the difference between cashing a check and going home empty handed at the conclusion of a tournament.

Forget the Ones that Got Away

Jan 21, 2011

Forgetting the Ones that Got Away

Grigsby: Finding the right cast

Jan 21, 2011

Catching a nice bass on a tough day is one of the most satisfying feelings in bass fishing. The event is often followed with a high-five, a photo op, or in a tournament; a trip to the livewell. Many anglers fail to realize that with a little diligence, that single bite could lead to a memorable day on the water.

Howell: The jig-and-worm

Jan 21, 2011

When it comes to thinking "outside the box," Bassmaster Elite Series anglers are on the cutting edge. Always looking for a competitive advantage, many pros spend hours cutting, melting, splicing and combining popular baits in an effort to discover a new way to put more bass in the boat.

Is that Bedding Bass Catchable?

Jan 21, 2011

While trolling down the bank, Monroe will often pass his boat directly over a bed containing a spawning bass. If the fish remains on the bed or quickly returns to the bed after his boat passes, he deems the bass worth his attention.

Ish Monroe: Second Chance for a Lost Bass

Jan 21, 2011

Few feelings are more heartbreaking than bowing up on a 5-pound bass only to have it pull free halfway back to the boat. For the weekend angler, in a split second the opportunity for a great photo has vanished and for a tournament angler, it could mean thousands of dollars.

Jimmy Mason: Transitional schooling bass

Jan 21, 2011

B.A.S.S. pro Jimmy Mason talks about how to catch schooling fish.

Keeping Up with Current Trends

Jan 21, 2011

Over the past three decades, veteran Oklahoma pro Ken Cook has been a consistent competitor on the professional bass fishing scene. In a sport where longevity at the top level is rare, Cook has found a way to remain competitive long after claiming his first professional Bassmaster victory on Florida's Lake Toho in 1982.