The 2011 Bassmaster Classic on the Louisiana Delta exemplifies how far we've come with technological advances in our boating equipment.
I can't tell you how many times I've watched someone struggle to secure his boat to a dock with a rope, only to panic and throw a few wraps around something and hope they held.
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.
Winning two-man ("buddy") tournaments involves more than hooking and landing fish.
Say what you want about today's trendy soft plastic baits, but when veteran anglers are after the biggest bite of the day, they reach for the venerable jig-and-pig.
As good as today's bass boat electronics are, mapping chips make them even better.
Successful tournament anglers know that poor preparation leads to disastrous results.