Topics: Tips

Boyd Duckett: The fall Trap

Mar 10, 2008

Cast, crank, repeat. Compared to the Rat-L-Trap, few lures on the market produce more consistently with as little effort or expertise.

Bradley Hallman: Brushpile Primer

Mar 10, 2008

Brushpiles can also be a deadly technique after the dog days have passed and bass begin to cruise the shallows — if you know where to put them and how to fish them.

Bradley Hallman: Crashing a crankbait

Mar 10, 2008

"Most people think that if you throw a deep diving crankbait in shallow water, it's going to get hung up, but it doesn't," says the Oklahoma pro.

Bradley Hallman: Flippin' the right willows

Mar 10, 2008

A willow wizard himself, Hallman knows that when the bass are in the willows, big limits will be weighed in.

Brent Chapman: Cyber-bassing

Mar 10, 2008

A lot of the best uses of technology can come from the desktop personal computer you have at home or a laptop that you take on the road.

Brian Snowden: Deep wood bass

Mar 10, 2008

On his home waters of Table Rock Lake, Snowden has become a master at cashing checks by coaxing bass from deep water treetops.

Brian Snowden: Thermocline defined

Mar 10, 2008

"Finding the thermocline is especially helpful in the summer when you're fishing vertically in deep, clear reservoirs."

Britt Myers: Seining docks for multiple fish

Mar 10, 2008

For Myers, not all docks are created equal: Some hold no fish; some hold one fish; and some hold multiple fish. When fishing pressure hits its peak, Myers focuses on docks that harbor mini-schools of bass.

Britt Myers: Vehicle Additions That Make Sense

Mar 10, 2008

The North Carolina pro owns CS Motorsports, a one-stop shop for any vehicle owner's needs, and he has become something of a truck guru for the tour.

Chad Griffin: Fishing grass flats

Mar 10, 2008

When Chad Griffin seemingly came from nowhere to claim his first Elite Series victory on New York's Oneida Lake, many fans wondered how a rookie could topple the biggest names in the sport on a body of water he had never seen before.

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