Topics: chemicals

Schultz: The last 90 feet

May 30, 2015

Likewise, in competitive fishing, it's the last 90 feet to the scales that holds the drama … at least for the anglers.

Barone grateful to punch in

Jun 7, 2012

B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone punched in as he stood on a dock above the sweet water of Toledo Bend for the Day One launch of the Toledo Bend Battle.

The sun is the enemy — protect yourself

Jun 1, 2012

"Getting a little sun" can be a dangerous proposition if you're not prepared.

A biologist's look at bass senses, part 3

Apr 21, 2012

There is no doubt that bass rely heavily on their eyesight and lateral line for survival, but do scent and taste play a role as well?

Fishing line

Mar 4, 2008

Most lines used in bass fishing are nylon monofilaments, although recently manufacturers introduced braided, gel-spun polyethylene a superstrong, superthin fishing line. Monofilament and "multifilament" lines have very different properties.

Keeping Bass Alive - Inital & Delayed Death

Mar 25, 2005

One of the things that make black bass such great fish for tournament angling is the fact that they can be "recycled." That is, they are hardy fish that can be caught, weighed in, released and caught again at a later date.