Elite Series pro Matt Reed points out that if he has a chance he will always fish a shellbed because the potential payout is definitely worth the effort. He describes how they tend to concentrate the fish, so you can make the same cast again and again and keep getting bit.
Peter Thliveros likes to pick an area, get settled in and fish for the winning catch. Making the most of his time, Thliveros says he's perfectly happy to focus on five or fewer spots.
One of the best Carolina riggers on the Elite Series tournament trail, Florida's Peter Thliveros often turns to the split shot technique when a more aggressive presentation shuts down the bite completely.
Fred Roumbanis gives tips on Prowling Ponds for Progress.
New Jersey Bassmaster Elite Series pro angler Mike Iaconelli is an open book, just ask anyone.
In this article you can read about how most of the anglers who occupied the top spots before the AutoZone Sooner Run tournament began haven't ceded their territory without a fight.
When the AutoZone Sooner Run was moved to Fort Gibson Lake, Tommy Biffle grinned a 9, based on a scale of 10. With only one day of practice for everyone, he was elated to be on his home water.
In this article read Jami Fralick's tips on bass fishing when the water temperature changes in the summer. He believes that it is important to turn on your temperature gauge in late summer to maximize an opportunity for prime fishing.
Kelly Jordons tells us what his favorite lures are.
Lake Fork was the ultimate classroom for Kelly Jordon to learning how to fish deep diving crankbaits on offshore structure.