As much as I feel like Hartwell is a place I can win, the other guys in the field all have the same thoughts.
You learn something new every time you launch your boat in this business. This time I might have learned something that’ll add a really useful technique to my fishing.
There's nothing quite like time on the water to make you a better fisherman, but you need to make the most of what you have.
I recently conducted a Facebook poll and from all the many great questions I received, the one that I want to address first is this: How do you break down a new body of water?
If you follow the hashtag #bassmasterclassic on any platform that uses hashtags — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Google+ or Pinterest — you will find tons of information, photos and videos of the world’s biggest bass fishing event.
Cliff Pace wrote a guest column for Bassmaster.com last week that spoke volumes about how technology has changed the game of fishing.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone goes freestyle interviewing at the Elite Series Marshal meeting for the Alabama River.
River tournaments are typically more area-oriented than pattern-oriented. Practice will be less about finding the right technique than it will be about finding the right area.
There are things taking place in this event that are usually rare occurrences on the Elite Series.
The Mississippi River fishes the same in Wisconsin as it does in Louisiana.