Elite Angler Marty Stone explains that tungsten allows him to feel more bites whether he's flipping or dragging a Carolina rig in 30 feet of water. Because tungsten is harder than lead, it translates bottom composition and structure and helps you to understand what's going on down there.
Elite Series pro and New York native Matt Sphar has some tips when it comes to using the tube jig in northern waters of the United States. He mentions how bottom contact is critical for success.
When I'm using a drift sock, I'm fishing deep water explains Matt Sphar. He explains that a constant speed is critical to success.
Paul Elias has spent decades refining deep structure fishing. Read his tips to mark the spot and catch a boatload of bass.
Elite Series pro Fred Roumbanis, who says that early season success can hinge on picking the right hue of crawfish-imitating lures.
In this article read Jared Lintner's tips for swimbait fishing. He explains how he has experienced some of his best days of swimbait fishing later in the year.
The shaky head has brought Elite Series pro Jeff Kriet success in numerous tournaments. In this article, you can read about his criteria when searching for the perfect shaky head.
Jeff Kriet tells us when would be the right conditions to use a rig worm.
Kenyon Hill's tips about paying attention to gulls as they dive for dinner can pay off with some quick action if you know how to respond. He recommends being ready for it when it happens.
Kevin VanDam mixes his fast ways with a soft touch, aka 'power-finesse', to trigger inactive fish into striking.