Although you can have some spectacular days on the water in August, fishing can get pretty darn tough.
Take time to protect your soft plastics from getting twisted or corrupted.
Although the smallmouth don’t grow quite as big as Champ is purported to be (20 feet long, thick as a barrel with the head of a horse), the fish are certainly easier to find and catch.
This is the time of year when you’ll find me employing power fishing tactics on the offshore ledges throughout the South.
Those of you who read this column regularly know that I’m big on education. It’s my firm belief that if you stop learning — at anything — you’ll slip backwards.
See the seminar from Bassmaster University at BASSfest where John Crews shares his extensive knowledge of soft plastics.
Being outspoken and opinionated is something I am known for, but not necessarily when it comes to baits or rods or even equipment.
Crankbaits and plastics will likely catch up to 15 pounds a day on the Virginia lake.
Select the right prop to get more from you boat and motor.
In a mere 24 tournaments with B.A.S.S., Oklahoma pro Jason Christie has an astounding record: four wins, two at the Elite level and two at the Opens level. En route to all of this success, Christie has relied heavily on soft plastics. Here are his five favorites.