Ladies of the WBT Championship, you need to know just one thing, you are one cast from glory. Destiny rides on your line.
You heard it here first — this is not your average fishing seminar! Forget about the usual topwater presentations, talk about general Carolina rig techniques and knot-tying demonstrations. This one's about the newest, and previously undisclosed, tricks of the top professional bass anglers in America.
Read how Charles Sim and Nigel Touhey did something right when they culled a 5-pound fish Sept. 26 on Lake St. Francis near Lancaster, Ontario, Canada.
The last week or so has been really busy. I've been making appearances for Bass Pro Shops in various places around the country. While all that was going on I was at the Tracker and Nitro convention getting ready for next year's activities.
Stacy Twiggs talks about the future of the B.A.S.S. Casting Kids program.
The postseason is over. I'm fairly happy with it. I moved up from 11th place to 4th place in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings. It's hard to complain about that. Now it's time to turn my attention to other things.
In this article, you can read how second-year Elite Series competitor, Bryan Hudgins, has been fortunate to get the key bites when he needs them.
According to Texas pro Kelly Jordon, "Toho is the best lake on the chain." When the fishing is really good, the tournaments are usually won on Toho. Smaller than Kissimmee, it fishes bigger.