In this article, Scott Wurm describes the kind of sound needed to attract bass. It must be the right kind, not too loud and natural.
In this article, you can read how Jim Murray developed a way to add weight to baits to make them cast better and not lose their delicate balance and action.
Read how Russ Lane, Elite Series pro uses a lure that'll walk and splash around a little bit at the same time.
Targeting postspawn largemouth, read how Mike McClelland selected a point that gave him a dependable supply of bass to keep him in the race for the win.
In this article, you can read about the combination that paved the way for VanDam's 11th BASS win April 29 on Lake Guntersville.
Read how when practice for the Bassmaster Memorial begins, three Berkley pros give their thoughts on the lake and what baits and tackle will be important in determining the winner of the event.
Read as California pro Fred Roumbanis talks about fishing on new water and stresses the importance of an open mind when doing so.
Terry Scroggins has earned a big reputation as a professional bass angler in just a few years.
Fluorocarbon is making a big difference in my crankbait fishing. I've won two Elite Series tournaments this season using crankbaits (Strike King Series 5 and 6 lures), and both times fluorocarbon line has been a factor
One of the very best at dredging big bronzebacks from gin-clear waters is Dale Hollow Lake guide Bob Coan. A veteran of several decades of night fishing, Coan has honed his skills on the world's most famous trophy smallmouth destination.