It seems like every year lately — three to be exact — I find myself writing a column about how I’m up against it, fighting for a spot in next year’s GEICO Bassmaster Classic.
Shaye Baker and Chris Zaldain go deep for a day of smallmouth fishing using a drop shot rig.
This month's installment shows how to install a fuel/water separator and a water pressure gauge.
One of the most popular lures in all of bass fishing right now is the swimbait.
A long time ago, some anonymous angler figured out how to entice these lock-jawed largemouth into biting — simply by allowing a soft-plastic lure to lie motionless, sometimes for 30 seconds or more.
Mark Hicks shares the steps for renewing the gel coat on a bass boat.
Given the chance to fish for smallmouth bass immediately before and after the spawn, it’s always a safe bet that Brandon Palaniuk will be slinging crankbaits.
It’s not the Bassmaster Classic, but this week’s BASSfest on Kentucky Lake has kind of a mini Classic feel.
I struggle with the definition of a swim jig because, really, you can swim any jig you want. All you have to do is raise your rod tip and crank fast.
There are three basic styles of grubs — curly-tail, boot-tail and straight-tail.