Bass will stay on bridges year-round, but a lot of fishermen dismiss them because they are so obviou
Sometimes, says Oklahoma pro Kenyon Hill, it's better to zig when everyone else zags, a lesson he learned at the Lake Dardanelle Elite 50 last spring near Russellville, Ark. Randy Howell won the event by swimming a jig through the shallows. In fact, just about all of the E-50 pros were targeting the grass, fishing tube baits, jigs and anything else they could swim through the leafy cover. Hill was doing the same thing throughout practice and was catching a few fish. But it didn't feel right.
Sometimes, you just don't know what's going to be on the other end of the line when you reel it in.
Gerald Swindle sincerely sorry for a bad decision that cost him dearly.
Gerald Swindle is not a happy angler, and he is paying the ultimate price for his recklessness.
The winning pros at the Elite Series Capital Clash explain what gear they used to win.
Randy Powell's knowledge of the Potomac had him in fifth place going into the final day of competiti
The Bassmaster Elite Series tour always opens local bass anglers' eyes to new possibilities, whereve
Just how did Boyd Duckett out-fish the world's best at the 2007 Bassmaster Classic?
Brian Hugdins said: "I had a seven pounder and a six pounder next to the boat today, but when I reac