How Bill Plummer 'leap frogged' his way to being a millionaire and revolutionized fishing.
Well, so much for the "slow" offseason. It's time for me to get back to work with my other duties as a full-time bass pro. I rose before daylight one day last week, waited to see the kids off to school, jumped into my Toyota Tundra and began my three and a half week journey to Missouri and Texas.
Nate Wellman's long hours of practice on the Bay was his key to success in the Northern Open.
Everyone starts out as an 'unknown,' but only a select few have the courage to swing for the fences.
This is not a sport about the fish. The sport is on the other end of the line. The man, or woman, holding that reel, and their families. K-Pink and K2 taught me how to deal with the worst possible loss imaginable with grace and honor. And changed me as a person.
Meet the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation staff
Have you been bass fishing, and while using a crankbait or a spinnerbait, had a fish come up behind the lure and strike it so softly that you barely felt it, then had him swim towards you, as you lost complete feel of the bait?
Last week we talked about disguising spinnerbaits with your presentation, but sometimes you have to take it to the extreme to refine those presentations.
Low tide on the Chesapeake Bay proved bountiful for Michigan's Nate Wellman.
Get a behind the scenes look at the 2010 Open Northern Division weigh-in.