When the water gets hot and bass start relating to deep structure, David Walker says it's time to break out the silverware.
New hooks and jigs accompanied soft-sided tackle bags and hard cases at ICAST 2011.
Efforts by the $125 billion tackle industry to preserve and expand sportfishing and business growth are bearing fruit.
Voting to select the Toyota Trucks All-Star Week Fan Favorites heads into final turn.
After weighing and making cut, Skeet Reese finds sixth bass in livewell, turns himself in for DQ
There’s a time in tournaments when you need the big bite. The best way to get it is to use a big bite bait like a heavy jig and sizeable trailer. It’s as close to an absolute rule as there is in fishing.
It was behind the weigh-in stage where I saw one of the most incredible and touching sights I have seen in all the years of covering sports. Something I will never forget.
The life of a touring bass pro isn't all sunshine and flowers. Even a labor of love is labor ... at least some of the time.
I'm finding fish in the extreme shallows and in 40 feet of water, just not the ones I think I need to win.
I learned early on to stay back, throw power baits with finesse tackle and match the hatch if I wanted to catch them.