I’m looking down the road and I see one of the Bassmaster Elite Series events I’m most excited about – Toledo Bend, May 1-4.
For the next couple of weeks we’re going to talk about crankbaits and bass.
Every tournament fisherman has the perfect plan the night before a tournament: Get to the lake, blast off, go to my best spot and catch the biggest fish with no pressure on the water.
Looking for the right rod, reel, line and gear to catch that bass of a lifetime? Follow Mike Long's advice.
Can Dr. Gary Schwarz grow a 23-pound bass? Research, current shock data and his track record indicates that he can.
Opens angler and 2014 Classic qualifier Rich Howes talks about his technique for punching heavy vegetation in pursuit of a big bite.
The fish change with the weather, and it's important that we change with them. When things aren't going as we expect, we need to change, too.
One technique I would love to come into play is a Trick Worm. Starting when the water temperature hits around 60 degrees and bass start showing up in their spawning grounds, a bright-colored Trick Worm fished weightless on top or just below the surface can be a great technique.
You don't have to win to have a good tournament. At Seminole, Byron Velvick had a great finish but is far from happy about it.
With the nation’s spring weather out of kilter due to the brutal winter, it’s natural to assume that seasonal patterns will develop later because of colder water temperatures. However, water temperatures don’t dictate everything.