See the latest innovations in reel technology and design from ICAST 2012.
Trevor Fitzgerald is a full-time policeman from Ocala, Fla., who has been a bass nut and rod perfectionist for decades. He's got a pretty firm grasp on what makes a good rod.
Each year, the American Sportfishing Association hosts the fishing industry's largest trade show, called ICAST. From across the globe, manufacturers, sales reps, buyers and dealers all meet at a given location to work toward a common goal, and that's to bring new products and services to market.
One of the toughest boat control situations we face is wind across open water. It’ll move your boat around, twist it out of position and make effective casting or drifting across precise targets darn near impossible.
Feast your eyes on the latest technology and design in bass fishing rods from ICAST 2012.
I’ve always preferred larger spinning reels than most anglers. While the majority use the “30” size for their finesse fishing, I’ve leaned toward Quantum’s “40” size for most of my spinning tackle applications.
Wild River’s Nomad tackle backpack holds six Plano 3600-series and four 3500-series trays, your sunglasses and more.
Elite Series pro John Crews breaks down the Texas rig and the Carolina rig, including how to make and use each.
Hold all your gear - and look cool doing it.
Check out the products named this year's best of the best at ICAST in Orlando!