I’m looking down the road and I see one of the Bassmaster Elite Series events I’m most excited about – Toledo Bend, May 1-4.
This event should fall somewhere in the middle of the previous two events, in terms of where the fish will be positioned. The large majority of bass will likely be getting into their postspawn pattern.
The fish change with the weather, and it's important that we change with them. When things aren't going as we expect, we need to change, too.
We caught up with Troy Broussard at Lake Amistad!
When the 2014 Elite Series schedule was released, it contained lots of the usual suspects, big bass factories in towns that have experience hosting big tournaments ... but the one that intrigues me most is stop No. 7, the Delaware River, hosted by the City of Brotherly Love.
The 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be one for the history books. Several of the fisheries are steeped in B.A.S.S. lore, and the others soon will be.
Figuring out depth and cover is the key to finding fish on virtually any body of water. And it's precisely the information any top level pro wants before heading into battle.
The transition period is the period when fish move from their shallow water spawning grounds out to deeper water for the summer stage.
This will be a 10-part series in which Mike Long sets out the basic framework of his trophy bass fishing methods. Think of it as the "big picture."
Wesley Thomas wins the 27th annual Big Bass Splash on Toledo Bend with a 9.62 lunker.