Denny Brauer on stealth while approaching isolated cover.
Denny Brauer's tips on how weights matter.
Elite Series pro Denny Brauer on 'punching mats'.
Denny Brauer's tips on fishing horizontal cover.
Denny Brauer's tips on rod handles.
For many bass anglers, boat ramps represent nothing more than an access point to the lake and maybe a source of anxiety on crowded weekends.
Fine Tuning During the Offseason with Grant Goldbeck
Every human is born with survival instincts that are heightened and developed over time. For the professional bass angler, it's no different. While the bass pro's fishing instincts may not spell the difference between life and death, it can spell the difference between cashing a check and going home empty handed at the conclusion of a tournament.
The learning curve associated with a pro's first year as a competitor on the Bassmaster Elite Series circuit is incredibly steep. Beyond the grueling 30,000 miles of travel required between tournament stops is the fact that many rookies are put onto bodies of water they've never seen before.