Kenyon Hill's tips about paying attention to gulls as they dive for dinner can pay off with some quick action if you know how to respond. He recommends being ready for it when it happens.
Kenyon Hill believes that the kind of cover the fish is using will determine whether he uses soft or hard swimbait.
Kevin Short's advice on when to use the square-billed crankbait.
Kevin Short tells where the big bass wait for their prey.
Kevin VanDam says to supersize your spinnerbait in deep waters.
Kevin VanDam mixes his fast ways with a soft touch, aka 'power-finesse', to trigger inactive fish into striking.
Kelly Jordon makes certain adjustments to make sure that all of his diving plugs are perfectly tuned.
The dreaded cold front nothing can take the shine off hopes for the next day's fishing like hearing the weatherman utter those words on the nightly news.
Head out on Lake Guntersville with Skeet Reese and Fred Roumbanis; on day two of the 2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge.
Last week I talked about the problems with trying to cull up with high numbers as opposed to running over numbers and targeting big fish. Well, Pickwick was the perfect example of all that.