Find out what Michael Iaconelli does when it's windy, and learn how to cast into the wind.
Here, you'll learn more about how to find prime fishing waters.
Mark Fisher and Joe Crosby put a plastic cup on the front table of their Wiley X booth, stuffed some dollar bills in it, and invited people to contribute toward building a playground at Tulane Hospital for Children in New Orleans.
Janet Parker, Lisa Sternard, Jan Heavener, Sabrina Thompson and Debra Hengst are among the former Women's Bassmaster Tour anglers who now compete in the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open tour.
Kevin VanDam completed a flurry of ESPN show appearances called the "car wash." Every Bassmaster Classic winner in recent years has been through the "car wash."
Chris Zaldain is very serious about becoming a full-time pro. Having fished ponds as a kid and competed on big California fisheries since he was a teen, Zaldain, 26, now wants to qualify for the top level of competition.
No bass addict would hit the water without a wide selection of jigs, but many anglers give short shrift to jig trailers. They stick with one or two favorites and leave it at that.
Click <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/outdoors/bassmaster/fishingtips/news/story?page=BT_bonus_201011_tale_tails_printout">here</a> to download a guide to soft plastic tail styles.
Toad fishing is for most fishermen a no-brainer. Cast this bait with a stiff rod and braided line, hold the rod up and crank fast enough to make the legs sputter on the surface. That might be good enough for weekend warriors, but toad fishing gets more involved when you make your living casting for cash, according to Frank Scalish of Cleveland, Ohio.
Many of those now making decisions regarding the future of recreational angling in this country have little information upon which to base those decisions. And the fire-drill mentality that requires a national policy for management of our oceans, coastal waters and the Great Lakes within 180 days allows little time for learning.