Day Three Southern Divisional Results
LAKE HAVASU CITY, Arizona; McCoy Fishing announced today that it has re-signed Bassmaster Elite Series pro Jason Williamson (Wagener, S.C.) for the 2011 season. "I am very pleased to once again be part of the McCoy team," Williamson said.
Conditions during last year's Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open at Alabama's Smith Lake played right into Andy Montgomery's fishing style.
Jewel Bait Co. announces the signing of Bassmaster Elite Series angler Casey Ashley to its pro staff.
Casey Ashley, the bass bustin' kid from rural South Carolina with the million dollar smile and the voice of an angel, bagged $3,000 worth of Toyota Bonus Bucks following his 16th place finish at the Bassmaster Elite Series event at the Harris Chain of Lakes in Florida.
Jason Williamson's tip for deep jig fishing.
There are certain times when Elite Series pro Marty Robinson likes to fish fast. While the prop on his trolling motor may be barely spinning, the South Carolina pro is burning and turning on the front deck, making long casts and reeling as fast as possible. When watching this technique in action, it appears to be pure madness. But Robinson explains that there's a reason for the speedy retrieve.
Strengthening Your Weakest Link with Elite Series Pro Gerald Swindle
Big baits are nothing new in bass fishing; 8-inch swimbaits, 12-inch plastic worms and big crankbaits are now commonplace in both professional and recreational anglers' tackleboxes across the country. But when it comes to topwaters, the biggest lure in the tacklebox is often a 5-inch Zara Spook.
When the band Three Dog Night covered the song "One Is the Loneliest Number," it's safe to say that they weren't singing about fishing a soft plastic minnow bait called the Fluke. However, the way that Elite Series pro Marty Robinson fishes a Fluke, the 1969 hit might be applicable.