Get tips from Bassmaster Elite Series pro John Crews about spring fishing in the South.
Something known as the "Supermoon" is hovering at the Citrus Slam. How will it effect the bass?
Elite Series pro Matt Reed points out that if he has a chance he will always fish a shellbed because the potential payout is definitely worth the effort. He describes how they tend to concentrate the fish, so you can make the same cast again and again and keep getting bit.
Different generations, different techniques. How Velvick & Eaker roll at the 2010 Golden State Shootout.
In this article, you can read Steve Kennedy's tips on deep fishing. From keeping on the move to using football jigs, Steve's experience gives insight into these deep water dwellers.
In this article, you can read how Jordon won and Horton finished fifth in 2002 CITGO Bassmaster Tour event on Lake Guntersville on patterns providing textbook examples of how anglers can overcome overlapping seasons.
Elite Series pro Byron Velvick gives us tips on Spring fishing in cold weather.
In this article, you can read how when having the choice of an ever widening array of lures and tactics, sometimes just getting back to the basics with a little discernment and a little "old school" thinking is not a bad idea.
In this article, you can read Jim Bitter's game plan on a brisk Florida day: to keep the speed quick, get the lure tight to brushtops, dock pilings and laydown logs.
Sometimes, says Oklahoma pro Kenyon Hill, it's better to zig when everyone else zags, a lesson he learned at the Lake Dardanelle Elite 50 last spring near Russellville, Ark. Randy Howell won the event by swimming a jig through the shallows. In fact, just about all of the E-50 pros were targeting the grass, fishing tube baits, jigs and anything else they could swim through the leafy cover. Hill was doing the same thing throughout practice and was catching a few fish. But it didn't feel right.