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Swimming a Jig

Mar 31, 2008

Tips on swimming a jig.

3 Tactics for Trappin' Lunker Bass

Mar 31, 2008

When you're unsure where bass are located in a big lake and searching for a bite, what's the best lure to use?

How To Store Test A Reel

Mar 31, 2008

Veteran bass pro Stacey King says this is what you want to feel when testing reels in a store

Mark Davis: Fishing Run-Ins

Mar 31, 2008

April showers bring more than May flowers. They also jump-start some of the best bass fishing of the year, says former Bassmaster Classic Champion Mark Davis of Mt. Ida, Ark. When sudden rainfall washes into the backs of pockets and tributary creeks, the fishing can turn on quickly, and for a few hours or days thereafter, this will be the best bassin' opportunity on the lake.

Top 10 Lunker Hangouts

Mar 31, 2008

To catch that biggest bass of your lifetime, you need to know where the mammoths hang out. The solution is to learn to recognize their lairs and invade them with the proper lures. Let ol' Unc share with you 10 proven hangouts for lunkers, and the tactics that do the catching.<br>

The Best of Budget Bass Reels

Mar 31, 2008

Can you handle the truth about fishing reels?

Fine-Tuning Your Spinnerbaits (And Spinnerbait Thinking)

Mar 31, 2008

Everyone loves the spinnerbait.

A Day on the Lake Bernie Schultz Spring Spawn

Mar 31, 2008

Ever wonder how a BASS pro would fare on your home lake that little body of water down the road where you and your buddies fish for bass? That's the premise behind Bassmaster's reality series, "A Day on the Lake." Here, we put the leading competitors on the pro BASS tour on small "mystery" lakes, then give them seven hours to figure out a viable pattern while we log everything they do to locate and catch bass.

3 Tactics for Trappin' Lunker Bass

Mar 31, 2008

When you're unsure where bass are located in a big lake and searching for a bite, what's the best lure to use?

Triple-digit guarantee

Mar 31, 2008

Because the upcoming Elite Series stop on Falcon Lake will be a first for the BASS organization, one would think there would be plenty Elite anglers wondering what to expect from the 78,000-plus acre fishery that straddles the Texas/Mexico border.