Get a first hand look at the activities surrounding the day one launch of the 2010 Northern Open #1.
Every time I go out on the water, I naturally think about the best way to get bass to bite, and generally it boils down to two options.
Frank Scalish is always looking for the secret weapon to have the edge.
Bassmaster Magazine readers submit their lunkers for publication in the May 2010 issue.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of the newest additions to the Lunker Club from March 2010.
Of all the different techniques and presentations that make up finesse fishing, I consider drop shotting special. It's effective in both shallow and deep water; in clear, stained or dirty water; and in open water or thick cover
Just imagine, you pull up on a boat ramp on Lake Erie and discover a large map of the lake that has enough shaded blocks to play checkers. Those shaded blocks represent areas closed to fishing, and your favorite rockpile — that you've been daydreaming about dragging a tube over for the last month — is under one of those blocks.
You heard it here first — this is not your average fishing seminar! Forget about the usual topwater presentations, talk about general Carolina rig techniques and knot-tying demonstrations. This one's about the newest, and previously undisclosed, tricks of the top professional bass anglers in America.
In this photo gallery, you'll find behind-the-scenes images from Day Three of the 2009 Northern Open #3 held on Lake Erie near Sandusky, Ohio.
In this photo gallery, you'll find weigh-in images from Day Three of the 2009 Northern Open #3 held on Lake Erie near Sandusky, Ohio.