Aaron Martens demonstrates how he ties fluorocarbon to braid.
So now that we’ve got our spinning tackle in good shape it’s time to rig up one of the all-time great bass catchers — the mighty shaky head.
2015 Bassmaster Classic Champion Casey Ashley discusses line selection.
Catching a bass on a topwater lure is about as much fun as you can have bass fishing. And now is one of the best times to do it.
One of the many things I love about living in Michigan is our four distinct seasons, and we’re in the midst of my favorite – fall.
A lot of anglers have trouble with line twist on their spinning reels. Some of them have so much trouble they won’t use spinning tackle.
Greg Vinson says to match the hatch as closely as possible. The water’s clear. The fish can see. They can be finicky.
I think one of the biggest misconceptions about the Bassmaster Elite Series is that we all network and pass along information to one another. Actually, that’s probably less common than you might think.
You don’t hear much about catching giant bass in the fall. This is a tough time. But tough is not the same as impossible. It can be done.