The 2015 Elite Series pros show off some new graphics and new boats as they register for the season in Orange, Texas.
What is it? As the name implies, Old School Baits bring back the action, look and fish-catching ability that the balsa precursors to the modern hard bait had — and still have. What does it do? Remember the Bagley Honey B? How about the Cordell Big O or the original Smithwick’s Devil Horse? Old School Baits offer everything that these balsa beauties did, and they do it at a reasonable price point. To get those classic lures, you’d have to hit up eBay and pay through the nose, and the thing might not even be in that great of condition.
The structure jig is designed for all-purpose work – it should catch bass in 2 feet of water and in 50 feet of water.
The buzzbait technique is one I keep in the back of my mind, especially when fishing early spring on lakes that are beginning to warm up.
If you’re wondering how the anglers in the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro managed to fish an entire week wearing gloves to protect their hands from the bitter cold, you’re not alone.
The company’s line of women’s shades is ever-expanding and can be had with 580 lenses and the same quality construction and components.
Line size has the most effect on jerkbaits, crankbaits and drop shot rigs.
Loomis’ Multi-Taper Technology offers an incredible degree of strength and sensitivity in a lightweight design.
This new series explores the man caves of Elite Series anglers. First up, see the gear and mementos packed into Walker's 2,160-square-foot bass fishing workshop.
What is it? Owner’s Pivot Head. What does it do? It brings a new dimension to the swing head craze by offering a head shape and weights that are more conducive to swimming. How do I use it? Owner is suggesting they be used with swimbaits, but a craw or creature bait would be equally at home if you felt the need to crawl this rig across the bottom.