There’s no standing still in fishing. You either move forward or you slip backwards.
Elite Series pro Keith Combs takes us on a tour of his Ranger.
The last few weeks have been crazy busy, which is great! I’ve been working with the media, answering emails, talking to sponsors and putting the finishing touches on my new Phoenix/ Yamaha rig. I’ve been without a boat for a while, so I’m ready to get back out there and do some fishing. With the weather getting colder, I’ll definitely be throwing one of my favorite contraptions: the umbrella rig.
A comprehensive overview and tough evaluation of my performance is something that really benefits me. If you're a tournament fisherman, you might want to do the same thing.
Mike Iaconelli will host John Crews and Paul Mueller on Ike Live!, Sunday, Nov. 23, at 8 p.m. ET, live-streaming from www.mikeiaconelli.com.
It’s time to address a handful of questions from my Facebook fans. I’m really impressed with how my fans are constantly seeking to improve their fishing knowledge and understanding, so it’s my pleasure to share as much instruction and detail as I can. Here’s a sampling of the questions I get through Facebook: Q: What’s the best way to get a hooked fish out of thick pond grass?
The spools Hackney prefers are larger than those of pretty much every other Elite Series angler on tour, and most likely the ones you’re using too.
Aaron Martens hit the mainstream media recently when Runner's World took notice of his dedication to running 20 to 30 miles per week — between bass tournaments.
Elite Series pro Bernie Schultz takes us inside his Ranger boat.
More than half of the Elite field will likely be composed of anglers who weren’t there when the deal kicked off in 2006.