Why not spend the cold, snowy months improving your knowledge of the sport?
This week we’re going to talk about how to approach new waters. Everyone is faced with this challenge no matter if you’re a serious tournament angler or a casual recreational angler. It’s a part of the sport.
Ok, last week I said we’d talk about how to find the “fall frenzy” bite when it wasn’t obvious way back in the creeks. Here goes…
GEICO has signed a multi-year agreement to serve as the title sponsor of the Bassmaster Classic, the world championship of bass fishing.
B.A.S.S. Nation and Life members can sign up starting Tuesday, November 4th for the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens.
Every so often we get questions about fishing Florida, and for good reason. The weather’s pleasant for those of you who want to thaw out for a while and there’s always the chance of catching the bass of a lifetime. Florida can be tough, though. The water’s shallow and there’s vegetation everywhere. They don’t jump in the boat. Some of the tried and true techniques that work in other areas of the country don’t seem to interest Florida bass all that much. Here are a few tips that might help if you visit the Sunshine State this winter.
The Jim Dillard Boat Giveaway will benefit the Mia Moo Fund, a worldwide nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness and funds toward research, treatments and causes of cleft palate.
The fall frenzy doesn’t go on all the time. It starts and stops depending upon the calendar and the weather.
Hawgtech makes lightweight and incredibly strong carbon fiber reel handles that feature interchangeable knobs.
What is it? O.S.P.’s newest shallow-water crashing crankbait, the Blitz Max. What does it do? O.S.P. designed the Blitz Max as a big-bodied crankbait that excels at attracting big bass from treacherous cover. The action, size, snaglessness and ability to get into heavy cover are all traits that O.S.P. reports attracts bigger bites. Plus, you’d be hard pressed to find a more durable hardbait on the market. How do I use it? Like a squarebill crankbait; in and around stumps, rocks, wood and other shallow cover.