Topics: tackle

Behind the scenes of product development

Jul 16, 2014

From the floor of ICAST in Orlando, Fla., here's how I help companies test and develop products before they're released to the public.

Filling voids in fishing tackle

Jul 11, 2014

The ICAST show is overwhelming given the magnitude of introductions rolled out by companies for all types of fishing. I’m just as fascinated as you with lures and always looking for that secret bait that can perform on-the-water magic.

My perspective on ICAST

Jul 11, 2014

Randy and I enjoy going to ICAST each year whether it is in Las Vegas or Orlando.

Life, a hero, and family

Jul 10, 2014

I’m writing this story for many reasons. It is an extremely sad story, yet one that I think we can all learn from. I hope this story could save someone’s life one day and also because my cousin is a hero. He put his life on the line in an attempt to save someone else’s.

Catch the biggest bass of your life!

Jun 30, 2014

Eliminating water doesn't guarantee success, but it keeps you in areas with the most potential, and that will dramatically increase your chances of catching the biggest bass of your life.

My top baits

Jun 28, 2014

Being outspoken and opinionated is something I am known for, but not necessarily when it comes to baits or rods or even equipment.

Finding the right balance

Jun 26, 2014

Fishing and life both require the right balance.

UWA anglers' tackle stolen; help pours in

Jun 25, 2014

Mark Grant and Andrew Warbington were the victims of a robbery. But a Bassmaster Elite Series pro and several sponsors jumped in to help.

A.R.E. sponsors four Elite pros

Jun 25, 2014

MASSILLON, Ohio — Leading fiberglass truck cap and tonneau cover manufacturer A.R.E. has partnered with four professional bass anglers participating in the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society's (B.A.S.S.) 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series, the premier national competition for elite fishermen. The A.R.E. Pro Angler Fishing Team members are John Crews, Justin Lucas, Britt Myers and Brandon Palaniuk.

Things are back to normal

Jun 10, 2014

Chickamauga is fishing small. I know it covers 35,000 acres, more or less. But the fish are schooled up in certain places, and the guys are finding them.

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