Chris Lane breaks down his crankbaitin' for bass strategy in part 2.
For the next couple of weeks we’re going to talk about crankbaits and bass.
You’ll not hear any complaints about the Table Rock tournament from me. I didn’t make Sunday’s cut but I did make Saturday’s. As best I can remember, that’s the first time I’ve ever made a cut on an Ozark lake.
If you remember, last week we were talking about Day 2 and the 37-pound, 9-ounce sack I brought to the scales. Here’s the rest of the St. Johns River story.
I’m going to tell the story, the complete story, of my tournament on the St. Johns River.
Holly and I just learned about the passing of Donna Menendez.
Rather than talk about my mediocre performance in the first two tournaments of the season, I think we should put a face to the men and women who make this sport, as well as our way of life, possible.
Frogs are all the rage these days. There must be hundreds of different makes, models and colors on the market. But what makes a good one?
Before we get started on anything else I want to say thanks to everyone around here who worked on the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro.
Randy Howell is our new champion. Bass fishing couldn’t have a better one, and he couldn’t have a better family to support him.