Interview with Manabu Kurita, potential world record holder. Part two of a two part episode.
Back when we were all kids, our mothers and fathers used to tell us to get an education because, "They can't take it away from you, no matter what." I'm telling you the same thing today. Of course, your parents were talking about your lessons at school. I'm talking about learning how to catch fish.
Gerald Swindle in the Veteran's day parade in Birmingham Alabama
Interview with Manabu Kurita, potential world record holder. Part one of a two part episode.
This episode is a recap of the 2009 Elite Series tour.
The last Central Open of the year was a study in spinnerbaits and plastics, time management, fish management and nerves. For the second time this year in the same division, two anglers this time it was Edwin Evers and Mark Smith tied for first place, making a fourth day on the water necessary.
In this article Scott Ashmore gives you an inside look at different types of lures to use for bass fishing and a small history of his fishing experience.
"I consider him, inch for inch and pound for pound, the gamest fish that swims."
The Hula Popper, Jitterbug and Hawaiian Wiggler are just a few of the classic bass lures that Fred Arbogast designed, built and sold. Though decades old, they still catch bass today and stand as a testament to one of our sport's greatest innovators.