Nothing is more rewarding than to have someone tell me they had their best day of fishing using a lure or rod and reel I helped design.
See more new products fresh from the ICAST 2015 showroom floor.
Take a closer look at the Japanese companies that have made an impact in the bass fishing industry.
You’ll be able to control the sounds your lure makes – and a whole lot more – with this new technology.
Technology brings advances, and the latest in fishing line comes from WFT. The European company developed a fourth style of line called Gliss that's being marketed in the U.S. by Ardent.
John Crews checks out what's new and what's hot on the ICAST show floor.
See this year's Best of Show winners from the floor of ICAST 2015.
Most bass fishermen don’t include a fly rod as part of their regular tournament arsenal. But the folks from St. Croix Rods think they should – and they’ve got a new one that’s making waves at this week’s ICAST trade show.
As Matthew Laster trolled slowly across Little Lake Conway Tuesday morning, he paused to point to an image on his Lowrance HDS-12 Gen 3 depth finder.
Inspiration for fishing products at ICAST can come from almost anywhere, even the golf course. Paul Steinhauser used a shaft from a golf club in developing the prototype for the No Tangler fishing combo that won a Best of Show.