We're on our way to Kentucky Lake. There's no doubt this tournament will be won offshore, out on the ledges. With that in mind, there's one question I get all the time; how do you guys find those little spots on mile-long ledges that hold the fish? The answer is we use a combination of two methods.
Today is packing day, and over the last several days I've had to consolidate my gear into the Sequoia. As I mentioned before, the motor home is in the shop for major repairs, so it's our only option.
Russell Parrish takes an early lead on the Red River at the 2010 Central Open #2
James Niggemeyer give tips on pure fishing and not leaving fish on the table.
B.A.S.S. pro Kevin VanDam (KVD), talks about using boat docks to help locate fish.
Bradley Roy talks about the diffrence between fluorocarbon and monofilaments, and his upcoming tournament on Kentucky Lake.
These days most anglers recognize that bass spend more time away from the shore than close to it. In fact, I suspect it's a safe bet, on any given day, that more bass fishermen fish open-water than along the banks.
High, muddy water, floating debris, steamy humidity, and sizzling temperatures have made practice tough this week for anglers hoping to gain ground in the Bassmaster Central Division
Aaron Johnson gives some tips to other anglers at the Central Opens on Red River
Bobby Lane talks about his childhood and fishing with his brothers, dad and grandad in Florida.