Rick Clunn is highly supportive of the Federation and feels that it is the most underrated part of the BASS organization.
Crank it up. That is the advice of some of America's brightest fishing minds when it comes to locating and catching bass throughout the entire spring fishing season. When the throes of winter begin to loosen their grip, and both bass and bass fishermen begin thinking shallow, many abandon crankbaits — particularly when the spawn approaches. And that is a major mistake, because these diving plugs can be productive during each phase of spring.
Darryl Burkhardt says that knowing which jigs to use is second nature to tournament pros,
Texas resource managers restocked Brazos River impoundments with Florida-strain bass this spring.
If you can figure out what the fish like, and you can't buy it, you might just have to develop it yourself.
Fishing with live bait is another skill you may wish to master in your pursuit of the bass. Bass respond well to many forms of live bait and sometimes action can be faster than with lures. (But not always!) Huge bass have been taken on live bait. Many experts believe that a big, old bass may have "learned" to avoid lures, but it can't learn to avoid a properly presented live bait, since live bait is what it must eat to survive.
If Zell Rowland isn't fishing, he's busy developing and improving his craft by designing new lures.
Scientists explain why therre have bee more shark attacks this year in the Gulf of Mexico.
In this article you can read, how angler Kelly Jordon goes back to using the short-handle rod as he did when growing up as a young boy fishing a creek near his home.
In this article, read how the Lake Fork guide, Mark Stevenson, has redefined the way the jigging spoon can be fished.