What is it? Triton’s newest — and biggest — horse in its stable, the 22TrX. What does it do? This is a battleship. It’s big, roomy tournament-ready rig that can eat up large waves with aplomb, but it’s still capable of 70-plus MPH top speeds with a 250-horse outboard. It offers you the best chance to be the best angler you’re capable of being.
What is it? Superships’ Flashpaq vehicle tuner. What does it do? By plugging this gizmo into your car, truck or SUV, you’ll realize better fuel economy and towing performance right away thanks to an upgraded tune. How do I use it? That’s the easy part, you simply plug it into your vehicle’s ECM via a connection under the dash then follow the menu prompts to more power and economy.
Elite Series pro Keith Combs takes us on a tour of his Ranger.
This new line of a dozen spinning and casting rods offer a very high degree of performance for your dollar. These fancy-looking sticks score high on the bang-for-your-buck scale.
An optometrist and tournament fisherman partners with two Elite pros to promote a line of fishing sunglasses.
The spools Hackney prefers are larger than those of pretty much every other Elite Series angler on tour, and most likely the ones you’re using too.
Elite Series pro Edwin Evers picks his 5 favorite lures for tricking bass this time of year.
Elite Series pro Bernie Schultz takes us inside his Ranger boat.
All secrets must be let out of the bag eventually, but delaying the announcement is something Shane Lehew and his father Troy could control. Paul Elias made the Alabama Rig famous when he won on Lake Guntersville in October of 2011. Not long after that event, the Lehews cleaned up tournaments on Lake Norman throwing the Alabama Rig. But not just any A-Rig.
It’s jerkbait season, and many tournaments are taking less weight to win than they have in previous months. To win, you often need a kicker fish.