Davick Hansen’s early successes in bass tournaments has him dreaming about a new career when he retires from the U.S. Air Force.
There’s an old adage in the fishing tackle sales: You don’t have to catch fish, you just have to catch the fisherman. That couldn’t be more outdated.
After enduring the toughest year of his career in 2014, Greg Vinson made a few small changes to his conditioning and preparation routine.
I’ll make my tournament decisions based on what I see in practice, but going into the Lake St. Clair and St. Lawrence River events, I’ll have a general game plan off what I plan to throw.
A long time ago, some anonymous angler figured out how to entice these lock-jawed largemouth into biting — simply by allowing a soft-plastic lure to lie motionless, sometimes for 30 seconds or more.
My win at the Toyota Texas Bass Classic restored my belief that a guy like me can still find winning fish through a lot of hard work, dedication, self-reliance and exploration of new water.
After struggling at times to find the leaders at nook-and-cranny venues like the Sabine River and the California Delta, KVD was a breeze to find on Kentucky Lake.
Geographic region covered: Mid-Atlantic region
BASSfest will be the official transition from the shallow events the first half of the season, to deep, summer fishing.
I think the biggest thing that determines my overall approach to practice is the tournament format – is it a multi-day event or a single-day shootout?