Wright & McGill Co. of Denver, Colo., announces a new partnership with professional bass angler Rick Clunn of Ava, Mo. Rick has been fishing professionally for 37 years and won ESPN's Greatest Angler Debate in 2005. With his expertise, he's the right match for Wright & McGill when it comes to selecting and designing bass rods to meet the competitive angler's demands.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Brian Snowden dreads the idea of running out of his most productive lure and having to run around town looking for a replacement.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. While many fishing tackle companies have been trimming their pro staffs, the Lew's team continues to get stronger. Lew's, a great tradition in American bass fishing equipment, has been busily assembling a group of high-profile anglers to help launch their new lineup of baitcast and spinning reels and rods for 2011.
Denny Brauer's tips on how weights matter.
Denny Brauer's tips on fishing horizontal cover.
Denny Brauer's tips on rod handles.
Jon Bondy explains how to be a cold weather warriors.
It's been said before that 90 percent of bass fishermen focus their efforts in the shallows. For those anglers confident enough to fish in deep water the technique can pay off.
In bass fishing, just like in poker, you have to be able to understand a good bluff. In both cases, the critical factors lie beneath the surface, invisible to the naked eye. If you play your cards wrong, you'll lose, but if you figure out the true nature of the bluff you can walk away with all the chips.