Topics: John Neporadny Jr.

Skeet Reese on becoming versatile

Jan 31, 2011

With the air temperature soaring above the 100-degree mark and the water temperature in the upper 80s, conditions seemed ideal for Skeet Reese to catch bass either deep cranking or on a 10-inch Berkley Power Worm during this year's Elite Series event on Fort Gibson Lake.

Tracking fall bass with Browning

Jan 31, 2011

Tracking bass in the early fall reminds Stephen Browning of a similar hit-and-miss situation he encounters in the deer woods.

Jig choices with Remitz

Jan 31, 2011

While growing up in Minnesota, Derek Remitz honed his skills catching bass on jerkbaits. He still considers jerkbait fishing one of his favorite techniques but since he has become an Elite Series pro and moved to Alabama, he has also grown fond of a jig because of its big fish potential.

KVD on rod choices

Jan 31, 2011

Versatility can be a virtue for tournament competitors ... if they use the proper tools of the trade. Kevin VanDam on rod choices

Jordon on weed fishing

Jan 31, 2011

The grass might be greener in the spring, but aquatic vegetation can still be a lush dwelling for bass to hang out in the fall.

Scroggins on the shaky head

Jan 31, 2011

There's been a "whole lotta shakin' goin' on" lately when the fishing becomes difficult in Elite Series events.

G-Man on skipping docks

Jan 31, 2011

Gerald Swindle on skipping docks: Docks + shade = bass

Biffle's Biffle Bug tricks

Jan 31, 2011

Banging his namesake lure across the bottom of Fort Gibson Lake produced a victory for Tommy Biffle at the AutoZone Sooner Run Elite Series event in June.

Adams on fishing shallow in winter

Jan 31, 2011

The Yuletide season usually heralds the time when many bass anglers think deep to catch their favorite quarry.

Bobby Lane on slow rolling spinnerbaits

Jan 31, 2011

The tournament day was getting late, and Bobby Lane knew he needed 14 pounds, but he was one kicker fish away from making the final cut.

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