In today's tackle market, anglers have access to all types of swimbaits ... hundreds, in fact. Some are molded from plastics; others are crafted from wood; still others combine these materials — all to form an artificial lure that can swim through the water like a live baitfish. They obviously sell well, as virtually every tackle outlet on the planet offers them. The reason? Swimbaits catch fish!
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone introduces you to the real Kevin Ledoux, an Elite Series pro... and a working stiff.
There’s never a time when matching the hatch is more important than in the summertime.
Let me say first off that I’m sorry this is a day late. I’ve been getting ready for this year’s ICAST show out in Las Vegas, and am I ever excited. You see, in some years most of the new stuff consists of small changes to existing products. This year is different.
db talks to his friend Cliff Pace, and determines what drives him to compete with all his heart.
Water’s good when it’s in the lake where the fish live, but it’s bad pretty much everywhere else.
Every so often someone asks me why I fish or why I chose professional bass fishing as a career. The answer is simple on one level but a little complicated on another. I'll try to explain.
Nowadays, anglers at just about every level of the game have a web presence. I guess it's a validation of sorts, or perhaps a way to be recognized.
Full time metal guitarist always finds the time to wet a line.