In this article you will read about winning gear, lures and techniques.
One of the things I'm really excited about is the new Bassmaster.com Take :10 video series. Basically BASS filmed a ton of 10-second instructional spots to give anglers a quick look at tips and techniques they need to know. It's the kind of stuff that'll help you guys catch more fish every time you go out on the water.
I just got back from Phoenix filming an episode of 'City Limits.' What we did there is a lesson for all of us. You don't have to travel a long ways, or spend a bunch of money, to catch bass. You can do it right in your backyard.
We fished a tournament out in Oklahoma. It was a hybrid type of thing where we fished two days and then played poker one day. It's the first event of its kind I've ever participated in.
Everything went perfect. Our early morning fishing trip, the weather, the ceremony, the reception, my groomsmen, Becky's bridesmaids, my bride — it couldn't have been any better. I'm the happiest man in the world right now.
Mark Tyler shows you how to add a stinger hook to swimbait.
B.A.S.S. pro, Fred Roumbanis, shows you how to add weights to spinnerbaits.
This weekend I'll be at the Strike King media event in Tennessee. We — pro staff, writers and company officials — all get together for a few days for interviews, photos, film and whatever else comes to mind. We hold it at Blue Bank Resort on Reelfoot Lake. The facilities are great and the hospitality and food are even better than that.
Pete Gluszek here. Becky and Ike are on their honeymoon, so I'm going to fill in for him this week and tell you all about the wedding.
B.A.S.S. pro, Fred Roumbanis, on burning a swim jig.