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.
Patrick Pierce's boat sun care plan is an easy three-step process that anyone can follow. There's even a fourth step to avoid.
Elite Series pro Jason Williamson believes that what you put on the back of a jig can be as important as the jig itself.
Deep cranking doesn't have to be work. You just need the right tools and approach.
Pitching and punching are two important methods for pulling big bass out of heavy cover, but the right gear for one isn't necessarily right for the other.
There are few things in bass fishing that are more frustrating than seeing bass schooling and feeding, but not being able to catch them.
Few things are tougher in bass fishing than catching them after a cold front. The Cajun Baby has some answers that will help you.
Whether you're catching bass on them or just finding out where bass live, swimbaits are great tools for the bass angler.
Whether you should flip or pitch jigs or soft plastics depends on several factors, including cover, forage and water clarity. Ultimately, you have to let the bass decide, according to Matt Lee.
If you launch a boat as many times as I do over the course of a year, you either get pretty good at it or you waste a lot of time and experience a lot of frustration.