Certainly you’ve run out of phone or mp3 player juice while on the water. The new Bolt electronics charger uses the sun’s rays to recharge your drained electronics.
Follow the action live at the Dixie Duel on the Lake Wheeler.
Lowrance will continue its sponsorship of B.A.S.S. and its prestigious tournaments through 2012. "B.A.S.S. is thrilled to continue its relationship with Lowrance," said Jerry McKinnis, an owner of B.A.S.S. "Lowrance has been a longtime partner and great supporter of B.A.S.S and its anglers."
A blanket of fog adds to the complexities of the 2011 Bassmaster Classic.
I recently spent several days testing a line of new products from Lowrance and I want to tell you about them.
Falling water is nothing new druring this time of year for many anglers, and now is a good time for us to consider its effects on our fishing trips.
We're on our way to Kentucky Lake. There's no doubt this tournament will be won offshore, out on the ledges. With that in mind, there's one question I get all the time; how do you guys find those little spots on mile-long ledges that hold the fish? The answer is we use a combination of two methods.
This show is dedicated to the electronics of bass fishing.
In this episode, the team at BassTech tricks out a kick boat for guest angler Rich Caro of the Sonoma County Belly Boat Bass Club. The Basstech pros set up Caro's boat with a livewell, electronics, a trolling motor and a rod holder!
Wouldn't he be better off in a johnboat, a kayak or a canoe? After all, the self-proclaimed "river rat" loves to venture as far up a tributary as he can.