Topwater wizard Zell Rowland gives us tips on finesse topwater fishing.
Soon after large creature baits proved their stuff, lure makers introduced downsized versions. Do they measure up to their larger predecessors?
Bassmaster veteran O.T. Fears has designed a phenomenal spinnerbait that no one knows about.
Read how Rob Kilby was using jerkbaits nearly three decades ago to fish the clear water reservoirs of northern Arkansas and southern Missouri.
Ish Monroe explains why his 'cheat rig' works better if the sun's out.
Now that jerkbaits have become established as essential bass lures, a consensus exists among many respected anglers regarding when and where to cast these baits for optimal success.
Spring through fall, Echols tunes in to shad movements to stay in touch with feeding bass. He targets high spots next to creek and river channels. Here bass feed on suspended shad that roam over sloping bottoms and ledges.
In this article you can read, how angler Kelly Jordon goes back to using the short-handle rod as he did when growing up as a young boy fishing a creek near his home.
Jordon opts for a big jerkbait when he finds bass feeding on large baitfish, and when he wants to upgrade his catch.
Hairy jigs still attract the bass, whether their old school or not.