SALEM, Va: John Crews, a five-time Bassmaster Classic qualifier, is proud to announce a new promotional partnership with NOCS, a new brand of sunglasses from the makers of Solar Bat.
B.A.S.S. and the Super Retriever Series (SRS) have teamed up for several B.A.S.S. tournaments in 2011, beginning with the Feb. 18-20 Bassmaster Classic in New Orleans.
I thought I'd write one last blog about Florida fishing. In short, it's on fire. I've caught more big bass this year than I ever have in the past.
This album features photos from the 2011 February Lunker Club submissions.
Jewel Bait Co. announces the signing of Bassmaster Elite Series angler Casey Ashley to its pro staff.
Xcite Baits, a rapidly growing manufacturer of "Texas-sized" soft plastics and terminal tackle, announced today that it has added Grant Goldbeck and Brian Clark to the company's pro staff.
Once Gerald Swindle figured out the bass wanted an achingly slow presentation with his lipless crankbait, it was a matter of staying focused and grinding out his first Bassmaster tournament win.
Jackall Lures, a leading innovator of high performance fishing tackle, announced today that they have signed Bassmaster Elite Series pro Dave Wolak to represent the company and work on product development.
Wright & McGill Co. of Denver, Colo., announces a new partnership with professional bass angler Rick Clunn of Ava, Mo. Rick has been fishing professionally for 37 years and won ESPN's Greatest Angler Debate in 2005. With his expertise, he's the right match for Wright & McGill when it comes to selecting and designing bass rods to meet the competitive angler's demands.
Three longtime PRADCO-Fishing pros head to the Bassmaster Classic with their lure sponsorships sewn up by re-signing with PRADCO and its family of fishing companies, including Booyah Bait Co., Bomber, Yum, XCalibur and more. Florida's Terry "Big Show" Scroggins and Oklahoma's Edwin Evers and Terry Butcher will again fish on the PRADCO team.
Second-year Bassmaster Elite Series pro Cliff Crochet of Pierre Part, La., has three more sponsors behind him: Rat-L-Trap (Bill Lewis Lures); Falcon Rods; and Reins Tungsten, a Japanese company that recently brought its lures and weights to U.S. markets.