Charlie Younger's advice is to slow down and remember to take things 'one bass at a time'.
In this photo gallery you see images of Casey Ashley.
The pros explain why it's so important to learn the 'strike zone'.
There's not a better way to evaluate the effectiveness of a product than the test of time. And it's tough to find a fishing lure that's been around longer, and fooled a larger variety of fish, than the spoon. They take cod from the Atlantic and Pacific, trout from mountain streams and pike from weedy lakes and reservoirs. Spoons take their share of largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass, too.
All the new toys for fishing, something for everyone.
Bassmaster's 2008 Gear Guide: Spooling Up In '08
Bassmaster's 2008 Gear Guide: Rods To Send You Reeling
Bassmaster's 2008 Gear Guide: Terminal Tackle for 2008
Nate Bettencourt explains the process of producing custom baits.