I'm down at the lake house right now preparing to host my Dallas Theological Seminary hospitality event. What we're doing over the weekend is hosting some of the best donors the seminary has.
We at The Bass University adopted "Never Stop Learning" as our motto because we believe that bass fishing is a never ending educational process. No matter how long we fish, or at what level we fish, we'll never know it all.
In this episode of Bassmaster University, Elite Series pro Chris Lane breaks down toad (or frog) fishing and answers viewer questions.
Join a club or a group and go somewhere so you can fish competitively on a regular basis. It'll make you a better angler. It will force you to fish different types of cover and structure with different lures and different techniques.
Last week's travel took me to a Texas ranch outside of Dallas where I met with Strike King personnel and media people for a few days of product testing, story interviews, photo sessions and some great bass fishing. Other pros in our group were Greg Hackney, my nephew Jonathon VanDam, Mark Menendez, James Niggemeyer and Mark Davis.
The "Fishing for Kids" event held annually since 1999, is Elite Series pro Tim Horton's way of giving back.
Meet Marty Robinson, a Bassmaster Elite Series pro for four years, a great guy with a great family.
The term "deflection" gets thrown around a lot when anglers talk about fishing lures on the bottom or around cover.
Watch as Terry Butcher gives away tips of the trade during this episode of B.A.S.S. Insider. Terry focuses on fall spinnerbait tactics.
Depending upon what part of our country you're fishing, the late fall bite is just around the corner or it's still a few weeks away. Regardless, now's the time to start thinking about it.