It's not easy, but fooling fish is fun when we pull it off. And all of us have to admit it doesn't happen on every trip, much less every cast. And all totaled, the fish win more times than we anglers do.
Kevin Wirth gives us tips on finding a strike zone, and how to adjust when the zone changes.
In all of the "ball" sports, when the money is on the line, it's the ability to make the pitch, shoot the basket, sink the putt, or thread the ball between two defenders that separates the men from the boys, the professionals from the amateurs. The same is true for bass fishing, particularly tournament fishing, largely because of the way bass are made.
Pro anglers explain how important the Strike Zone is and how important it is.
The pros explain why it's so important to learn the 'strike zone'.
In this article, you can read how Jim Murray developed a way to add weight to baits to make them cast better and not lose their delicate balance and action.
Remitz believes the football-style jighead has been a success on the tournament scene recently because of its ability to proficiently probe deep structure.
Fishing smallmouth is totally different than fishing other bass, therefore, different tackle is required.