Topics: fiberglass

A.R.E. sponsors four Elite pros

Jun 25, 2014

MASSILLON, Ohio — Leading fiberglass truck cap and tonneau cover manufacturer A.R.E. has partnered with four professional bass anglers participating in the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society's (B.A.S.S.) 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series, the premier national competition for elite fishermen. The A.R.E. Pro Angler Fishing Team members are John Crews, Justin Lucas, Britt Myers and Brandon Palaniuk.

Rely on Dardanelle's history for your Fantasy picks

May 12, 2014

Take time to look at the multiple events the pros have fished on Dardanelle so you can estimate who will repeat their good fortune.

A Toledo Bend love story

May 7, 2014

I need to tell you a love story. I found it on the shores of Toledo Bend Reservoir between fiberglass replicas of 10-pound bass and the 17th golf green at Cypress Bay Resort.

Today’s aluminum rigs: Bucking the flatbottom trend

Apr 9, 2014

Forget your daddy’s johnboat. Modern aluminums are legitimate tournament-ready rigs.

Hot Product Press: G.Loomis IMX rods

Mar 31, 2014

G.Loomis’ newest rod line, the IMX series, is an update of the original IMX graphite blanks that put G.Loomis on the map with bass anglers in 1985

Classic’s biggest bass was made of fiberglass

Mar 7, 2014

Matt Greenblatt would have loved to been competing in the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic, but as it turns out, the Florida pro managed to haul home the event’s biggest bass without ever making a cast.

Notes & Quotes from Okeechobee

Dec 13, 2013

Bassmaster.com writer Steve Wright recaps the 2013 Bassmaster Classic Wild Card presented by Star Tron with memorable notes and quotes.

Designing a bass rod

Nov 18, 2013

When we started designing our new treble hook rod, the first thing I wanted to do was use a new length.

The birth of a Triton

Aug 17, 2013

Follow along as we explore the Triton plant in Arkansas and watch as a 21HP is made by hand.

DeFoe's 'boat and switch' pattern

May 18, 2013

Professional anglers are notorious for keeping their "secret weapons" a secret, but Ott DeFoe just couldn't hide his.

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