It’s nice to have a dozen rods, but for most anglers three will get you through almost any bass fishing scenario.
At every Elite Series event – if you listen closely enough – you’ll pick up on a bait or technique that simply has to be added to your own bass fishing arsenal.
As I travel the country meeting and talking with anglers about bass fishing, I get a lot of questions about reels, especially from beginners looking to buy their first baitcaster.
With much of the field trying to figure out the confounding tidal conditions during last week’s Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay, Gerald Swindle kept things simple. He fished a secluded, hard-to-reach pond near the launch site at North East Community Park and managed a fourth-place finish with 54 pounds, 10 ounces. Much of Swindle’s damage was done with a pint-sized crankbait known simply as the “Mutt.”
While the company provides clothing for all forms of salt and freshwater fishing, technical clothing for bass anglers has become a big part of Huk’s focus.
Huk creates clothing to meet the demands of anglers, and the company produces everything from T-shirts to caps and outerwear for inclement weather.
The Megabass Spark Shad is a single swimbait great for shallow and deep water and comes in three different sizes.
These photos show the process for installing a console on the bow of a bass boat as well as cleaning up console connections.
What is it? Terminator Walking Frog What does it do? Targets bass by imitating a frog, struggling baitfish, bird or other prey on top of the water.
Bassmaster Elite Series 2014 Rookie of the Year Jacob Powroznik is built like a powerful nose tackle, but after fast realizing St. Lawrence smallmouth perform more like upward blazing wide receivers, he placed an urgent call to Quantum for a shipment of faster spinning reels.