Of all the lures and presentations we use in finesse fishing, few are as well known as the plastic tube, or tube jig, first developed by the late Bobby Garland and introduced in 1964.
In other news, I just took my boat to get wrapped. I'm getting it done here in Waco, Texas, for a couple of reasons. The most important is that the wrap on a boat is subjected to a pounding that a truck wrap isn't.
By now, the reels are spooled, the hooks have been sharpened and plastics organized and reorganized in trays and storage bins. No doubt, readying the tools of the trade stands essential for Bassmaster Classic competitors, but so is the preparation of their most important piece of equipment -- their bodies.
Like the title says, there has been quite a bit of snow here in central Texas. I never thought I'd use the phrases "snowed in" and "central Texas" in the same sentence. But I am because I was!
Like the title says, there has been quite a bit of snow here in central Texas. I never thought I'd use the phrases "snowed in" and "central Texas" in the same sentence.
BASS Signature Series: Paul Elias on kneeling and reeling
Bass Signature Series: Gary Yamamoto on Stickworms
I thought I'd write one last blog about Florida fishing. In short, it's on fire. I've caught more big bass this year than I ever have in the past.
This album features photos from the 2011 February Lunker Club submissions.
Xcite Baits, a rapidly growing manufacturer of "Texas-sized" soft plastics and terminal tackle, announced today that it has added Grant Goldbeck and Brian Clark to the company's pro staff.