Winter weather makes for a great time to inventory tackle and get it stored properly.
The 'Cajun Baby' Cliff Crochet shows off the gear and goods packed in his tournament rig.
For years, Randall Tharp has used a Rapala knife and cleaning table to prepare dinners of fish caught fresh from the sea. Now he’ll rely on the iconic brand to put food on the table in another way — throwing Rapala baits to win prize money in Bassmaster tournaments. The 2013 Forrest Wood Cup champion has joined Rapala’s pro staff.
The Yearling BaitBall family consists of eight different lure models and was first revealed to the trade in Orlando, Fla. at ICAST, 2014.
Garmin International Inc. announced the addition of several professional anglers, including Jason Christie, the number one ranked bass fisherman in the world, and Greg Hackney, the 2014 Bassmaster Angler of the Year.
EUFAULA, Ala. – Humminbird is now ready to bring the LakeMaster experience to more anglers across the U.S. than ever before. Our survey team has expanded the High Definition map coverage into the Midatlantic and Northeast regions with new, Version 1 Editions for anglers.
What is it? Mann’s Goliath Frog, one of the largest hollow-bodied frogs on the market. What does it do? It’s a topwater frog that excels over smaller offerings in a few areas. The fact that it’s bigger means that it’s heavier and casts better than most topwater frogs. This added weight also gives the Goliath Frog more “presence” on top of matted vegetation, making it easier for fish to find and hit accurately. In other words, as you scoot it across a mat it moves more of it so fish can find it easier.
Data overlay is information that you can display on your screen — information that won’t be displayed unless you put it there.
Niggemeyer needs more than baits and reels to maintain his Elite pro status.
What is it? SeaStar’s latest and greatest hydraulic jackplates, the SeaStar and the SeaStar HD. What does it do? A jackplate bolts between your transom and outboard to offer setback, or distance between the motor and boat. This can improve performance and holeshot as well as get you in and out of skinny water with ease. If you're in rough water, you'll want to lower the plate to keep that prop wet. When you need to fly, raise it up and watch your speedometer climb. These plates are built to last, even under the harshest conditions.