Elite Series pro Jeff Kriet shows what he uses to catch 'em on ledges. Just don't ask him why it works.
The bass are at the tail end of that fall feeding frenzy and, as we get closer to winter, those fish want to be close to their wintering grounds.
Fishing in cold weather, though, is a lot different than fishing in the late spring or summer … and I’m not talking about the techniques you should be using or the seasonal patterns of the bass.
The bass still eat, and they eat what they did when the water was warm. They can’t order from a menu.
Aaron Martens has a very specific rod he prefers for pulling frogs through the slop. And, it's not what you think.
Iaconelli puts hair jigs into three groups — micro or mini, standard sizes, and big, ledge-buster types.
Ever wonder how the world's best keep their fish alive and healthy?
The three best places, in my opinion, are Texas, California and Florida. I’ve fished all three and I have immense respect for all three.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Gerald Swindle talks about his five favorite crankbaits from the 2015 season. He fished this year without a hard-bait sponsor and experimented with various brands and styles.
Now that lure companies have taken a serious look at swimbaits, we have several different sizes, styles and tail shapes that provide different swimming actions to suit a wider range of conditions.