We all know Greg Hackney won the Bassmaster Elite Series tournament at Cayuga Lake, N.Y. using his namesake Strike King Hack Attack Jig. But how exactly did he get on the jig bite and where he was he fishing?
There are a few things I want to say about this win but the most important thing is that it’s really special. It’s hard to tell you how much this means to me.
Every year about this time, I start to shift my focus from deep water to shallow water.
This is the time of year when you’ll find me employing power fishing tactics on the offshore ledges throughout the South.
There are some fish that live shallow year-round and if you want to catch quality fish in shallow, a dock is probably your best bet.
I’m writing this story for many reasons. It is an extremely sad story, yet one that I think we can all learn from. I hope this story could save someone’s life one day and also because my cousin is a hero. He put his life on the line in an attempt to save someone else’s.
Team tournaments are a welcome change of pace.
Shallow fish are much more predictable than deep fish. They are also easier to pattern.
The Payette River Bassmasters teamed up with a host of conservation groups to hold the Kids Conservation Clinic at the LeRoy Atwood Ranch.
Stephen Mui, a competitor in the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series, qualified for BASSfest and walked away with an 18th-place finish and 48 pounds, 4 ounces.