Caution, before you use the new elastomeric superplastics do your homework, it's totally different than what you're used to.
If you can figure out what the fish like, and you can't buy it, you might just have to develop it yourself.
A 22-pound 8-ounce potential world class bass caught in California lake.
Roland Martin and a host of other pro anglers explain the importance of sensitivity to feeling while fishing.
Hairy jigs still attract the bass, whether their old school or not.
Zach Thompson surprised himself with how effective his decision was to change lures two days into the Citgo Bassmaster Western Open
BIRMINGHAM — Kalamazoo's Kevin VanDam lived up to his reputation as the "Tiger Woods" of bass fishing, roaring from 19th place into the lead as the Bassmaster Classic heads into today's final round on Lay Lake. In Tiger-like fashion, VanDam put together a rally to catch 19 pounds, 14 ounces Saturday — including the 5 pound, 7 ounce lunker of the day — to take a slim 9-ounce lead with 32 pounds, 15 ounces.
This gallery features images that were submitted for the March 2008 edition of the Bassmaster Lunker Club.
Bassmaster Magazine readers submit their lunkers for publication in the February 2008 issue.
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.