Mark Hicks continues to restore an old bass boat, and explains how to care for the fuel water separator.
Mark Hicks walks through how he restored his gel coat on the used bass boat he purchased.
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.
In this photo gallery, you'll find weigh-in images from Day One of the 2009 Northern Open #3 held on Lake Erie near Sandusky, Ohio.
Chris Sumansky, of Renfrew, Pa., found 21 pounds, 5 ounces, worth of Lake Champlain bass to take the lead at the second stop of the 2009 Bassmaster Northern Open circuit. Sumansky took advantage of a week-long practice before the tournament to get re-acquainted with Champlain.
In this article, you can read how when chilly autumn weather cools the water, Tim Horton uses livebait for fun fishing.
No sport has been more brutalized by high gas prices than tournament bass fishing, with the possible exception of 500-mile NASCAR races. First, you need a tow vehicle that will safely pull a bass boat. That eliminates pretty much anything that gets more than 20 miles per gallon. And, your tow vehicle's mileage can drop by 30 percent or more when you hitch a bass boat to it.
In this article, you can learn the specifics about using crankbaits with precision.
The heart of Robbins' advanced sonar fishing method is a transducer mounted to the outboard with a homemade bracket.
It doesn't surprise T.J. Stallings that so many anglers sing the praises of Daiichi's Bleeding Bait Hooks. As a tad, Stallings helped out in his father's bait shop, Tim's Tackle Box, located near Orlando, Fla. One of his responsibilities was a dog and pony show designed to increase sales.