The Top 5 finishers at Chesapeake divulge their secret strategies to Steve Wright.
This series of videos breaks down the exciting Championship Sunday of the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay.
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.”
When it comes to the final regular-season event of 2015, it's time to pull out all the stops.
Aaron Martens leads by almost 5 pounds, putting himself in position to score a rare wire-to-wire victory at the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay.
It's that point of the season where, if you've got to make big moves, you've got to make bigger gambles.
Gerald Swindle, in his own words, talks about his tournament on the St. Lawrence. Spoiler: It didn't go well.
An open storage tray near Gerald Swindle’s rod locker just prior to Day Two of BASSfest represented a virtual who’s who of the deep-diving crankbait universe.
Choose anglers who have proved themselves on Kentucky Lake over the last several years.
Swindle predicts lots of good limits at Havasu.