Elite Series pro and New York native Matt Sphar has some tips when it comes to using the tube jig in northern waters of the United States. He mentions how bottom contact is critical for success.
When I'm using a drift sock, I'm fishing deep water explains Matt Sphar. He explains that a constant speed is critical to success.
Paul Elias has spent decades refining deep structure fishing. Read his tips to mark the spot and catch a boatload of bass.
Elite Series pro Pete Ponds explains the benefits of good culling strategy to save time and prevent errors during a tournament.
Pete Ponds explains dicusses the challenge of fishing muddy waters. As an Eite series pro, he has to make the most of the situation. Going back home isn't an option.
Elite Series pro Pete Ponds says a small crankbait is the perfect bait to run an aggressive postspawn pattern with. He says bite-sized,small-bodied crankbaits can be downright deadly under the right conditions.
Peter Thliveros likes to pick an area, get settled in and fish for the winning catch. Making the most of his time, Thliveros says he's perfectly happy to focus on five or fewer spots.
One of the best Carolina riggers on the Elite Series tournament trail, Florida's Peter Thliveros often turns to the split shot technique when a more aggressive presentation shuts down the bite completely.
Fishing during prespawn can be equally compelling if you're looking for that fish of a lifetime. Peter Thliveros gives tips to anglers working deeper water for early spring bass.
A good day on the pond in the summer is three or four nice bass. Randy Howell shows how the wind in the Fall makes a perfect recipe for a favorite fishing season.