Elite Series pro Marty Stone points out that there are times when fishing a crankbait in open water can be really productive. In clear water, a fast retrieve also has the capability to draw bass from great distances and your chances of hooking up are better says Stone.
Elite Series pro Matt Reed outlines scednarios where light bait is effective in the deep waters. Using a light bait can make all the difference in your day.
To be consistent, Elite Series pro Matt Reed advocates using the same gear ratio for nearly every application. There are times however, when he will switch during the spring when flipping heavy cover or for cold weather winter fishing.
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.
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.
Russ Lane uses a quiet approach when fishing in clear water, making long pitches that resullt in many bites. He explains how his flipping technique is effective in clear water.