Spring is my favorite time of the year. It’s not only the rebirth of nature after the winter but it’s also the time when bass fishing makes the most sense to me.
If you fish from a boat, you've probably got several batteries in it. They take up space, add weight to your rig, and the best ones are not cheap. It's important to get value from them.
I qualified for my first GEICO Bassmaster Classic back in 1997, which coincidentally was held right here in Birmingham.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Ott DeFoe hosts an online seminar to teach anglers how to use electronics to catch more fish.
Lowrance Elite-4 and Mark-4 HDI Series electronics are updates from earlier models with bigger displays containing more pixels and more useable screen area.
You spent a lot of money, but are you really confident in your ability to use your sophisticated electronics? Wilson Frazier can help.
To celebrate the Bassmaster Classic's return to “Sweet Home Alabama,” Humminbird has launched “Humminbird’s Bassmaster Backstage Pass” Sweepstakes, which runs through Friday, Feb. 7. Enter now and YOU could rock the bass fishing world, rubbing elbows with the sport’s biggest rockstars.
There’s probably no tournament in recent memory that will tell us as much about the importance, or lack thereof, of local knowledge as this year’s GEICO Bassmaster Classic.
You need to spend a day on your boat when you don't do any fishing at all.
One interesting thing about the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic is that there won’t be one main pattern that dominates.