Topics: Denny Brauer

Denny Brauer: Flipping Matted Vegetation

Jan 21, 2011

Elite Series pro Denny Brauer on 'punching mats'.

Denny Brauer: Getting horizontal to be different

Jan 21, 2011

Denny Brauer's tips on fishing horizontal cover.

Denny Brauer: The Importance of Rod Handles

Jan 21, 2011

Denny Brauer's tips on rod handles.

Tips for flipping during the early fall transition

Dec 7, 2010

As fall marches towards winter across the country, things change for flippers and pitchers. You'll remember from Lesson 12 that we have several options in the early fall, for both baits and locations.

A Few Favorites

Dec 7, 2010

It occurred to me that during the four or five months that I have written this blog I have said very few things about the Elite Series anglers or the people around it.

BASS Reporter's Notebook

Oct 19, 2010

Deb Johns on highlights on the 2010 Central Opens, Dean Alexander making the Elite Series, and Federation Nation.

Bassmaster University: Flipping and pitching

Oct 18, 2010

In this episode of Bassmaster University, Elite Series pro Denny Brauer breaks down flipping and pitching and answers viewer questions.

Hackney's Jig System

Sep 27, 2010

As long as Bassmaster Elite Series pro Greg Hackney has a jig he can fish anywhere with confidence.

Welcome to the world of giant bass

Sep 15, 2010

"Call me Ishmael." Those words opened Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick. In one sentence, Melville began to paint an image of a man completely involved in the search for the white whale that haunted his dreams. Melville's narrator is a man not quite in step with the rest of society. He's a sea captain and would rather be on the water than the streets. His quest to find and harpoon the Great White Whale is his only motivator. Ishmael is a man obsessed.

The confidence thing, part 2

Sep 14, 2010

Last week I mentioned the fact that I have trouble believing in my own decision-making power to truly believe. Nowhere is that more evident than in my fixation on weighing in five bass every day, and nowhere does it hurt me more.