Jerry McKinnis shows the knot you need to begin your bass fishing experience.
Gerald Swindle talks about how a shaky head bait is good for all skill levels.
Welcome to Bassmaster Magazine's Day on the Lake! This month, it’s Cliff Prince turn to take on a small lake he’s never seen before; he’ll attempt to catch bass for seven hours while we document his every move.
On this week's episode of The Livewell, Mark Zona talks with Elite Series pro Jason Christie about his best tips for swimming jigs.
Shallow fish are much more predictable than deep fish. They are also easier to pattern.
See the seminar from Bassmaster University at BASSfest where John Crews shares his extensive knowledge of soft plastics.
Local Scott Luster provides some helpful tips for deciphering Alabama’s Lake Jordan.
Yes, it’s true. I’m a vampire. I don’t suck blood, though. I suck energy and a positive mental attitude from some of the young anglers I see around this country.
Plastic worms may very well be the most popular and proven bass fishing lure of all time, especially in warmer weather.
Jerry McKinnis talks about a critical tool for a beginning bass angler — the stickbait.
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.