Michael Iaconelli cannot stress enough how important it is to have your A, B, and C plans prepared before you go fishing.
Michael Iaconelli explains whether you're burning, deadsticking or slow rolling, retrieval speeds are very important.
Michael Iaconelli explains his "hour rule" and why you should use it too.
Michael Iaconelli explains his running and gunning strategy and how it works.
Michael Iaconelli explains why your secondary point should be your first stop.
It's Sunday afternoon in California. I thought this would be a good time to write this week's blog. I'm in between rigging rods and tying on swimbaits getting ready for tomorrow's practice on Clear Lake. I'd rather be fishing but ...
In this photo gallery, you'll see images from the 2010 Elite Series Duel in the Delta. Look for John Crews in these Day Four shots as he celebrates his first Elite Series victory.
STOCKTON, Calif. — All eyes were on Arkansas' Stephen Browning after he jumped out to a 5-pound lead with two consecutive 20-pound-plus days on the California Delta. Ultimately, his area didn't continue to produce and he fell to fifth place, bringing only one bass to the scales on Day Three. "I'm sick to my stomach right now," Browning said. "Fishing is a humbling sport and you have to take the good with the bad."
John Crews success at the 2010 Duel in the Delta, in some part, was due to the dead end slough he had to himself
Highlights of Day Four of the 2010 Duel in the Delta.