Skies were clear by mid-morning, and the Elite Series pros are making frequent moves in search of the biggest bass on beautiful Douglas Lake.
In this episode of Bass Fishing 101, Elite Series pro and cranking guru John Crews talks crankbait colors, including which colors work the best when.
Ish Monroe had one of those magical days all pros dream about: hauling aboard lunker after lunker after lunker. The five best ones added up to 34 pounds, 5 ounces, and the first-day lead in the Power-Pole Slam on Lake Okeechobee by 8 pounds, 12 ounces, over Davy Hite.
The 2012 Elite Series field launches for Day Three of the St. Johns River Showdown.
The song can make the man, at least that's the way some pros see it. The tunes can set the tone for the angler at the weigh-in: fast and funky, patriotic, or slow and smooth.
Bassmaster Classic competitor John Crews is now in the plastics business with his newly launched company, Missile Baits.
The best lines overheard on Day Two of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Within five minutes of meeting him, you get that John Crews’ nickname isn’t an idle play on his name. The Elite Series pro points his energy at his intended target and moves fast.
The D Bomb plunges into the thickest cover or hangs on to your big jig for added appeal.
With more than 10 years as a professional angler on the nation’s top circuits, John Crews brings his design and tournament experience into the market with the launch of MISSILE BAITS.