Bassmaster Elite Series rookie and 2014 Classic favorite Randall Tharp has signed onto the VMC and Trigger X pro-staffs.
If the Maine legislature follows the recommendation of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (IFW), it will not ban the use of soft plastic baits in state waters.
It’s that time of year when I get my tackle organized for the upcoming season.
Recently I've added a few things to my fishing equipment that were well out of my comfort zone, and I think each of them helps me.
It’s Christmas Day. I hope Santa Clause was good to everyone, and to those you care about. That’s important, you know. And, I hope everyone takes a minute or two — actually, we should all take a lot more time than that — to reflect of the real meaning of Christmas.
Byron "BJ" Haseotes has signed with Bass Kandi Baits of Lake Charles.
This former Classic champ and AOY says you can leave most of your baits at home in the winter. All you need are jigs!
Go ahead, drink in the sight of these unusual baits and digest the unorthodox methods the pros employ to catch bass with them.
Whether you should flip or pitch jigs or soft plastics depends on several factors, including cover, forage and water clarity. Ultimately, you have to let the bass decide, according to Matt Lee.
In today's tackle market, anglers have access to all types of swimbaits ... hundreds, in fact. Some are molded from plastics; others are crafted from wood; still others combine these materials — all to form an artificial lure that can swim through the water like a live baitfish. They obviously sell well, as virtually every tackle outlet on the planet offers them. The reason? Swimbaits catch fish!