Elite Series pro Greg Hackney is a master of jig fishing, and winter is his favorite time of year to fish it.
He's one of the most compelling and polarizing pros in B.A.S.S. history. He's also one of the most talented. Here's how he tackled our 20 Questions.
When the water is cold and most anglers are fishing steep bluffs or deep water, Davy Hite is quite content to stay shallow and flip the cover.
You need to spend a day on your boat when you don't do any fishing at all.
To help you catch more fish behind others, B.A.S.S. Times talked with a few of the nation’s top teams and asked: How do you catch fish behind others and win within the crowd?
It’s my opinion that the 50-degree mark signals the bass to pull closer to the areas where they will spawn later in the spring. It’s an excellent time to catch a boat-load of big, aggressive fish.
Over the years, I’ve learned that one of the most effective techniques for quality-sized winter bass (and one of the least used) is a common lipless crankbait fished faster than you might think.
Yearning for the 100-yard cast? Yeah, me, too. But I’m not holding my breath. There are times, though, when if you could only reach out a few more yards ...
Recently I've added a few things to my fishing equipment that were well out of my comfort zone, and I think each of them helps me.
Elite Series pro Pete Ponds discusses how he attacks logs and brushpiles in search of big bass.