If you're like a lot of bass anglers, your boat is like a floating tackle shop with hundreds — probably thousands — of baits. How do you find the right lure quickly and efficiently? This Elite pro has some answers.
Elite Series pro Pete Ponds discusses how he catches bass as temperatures warm.
There are times when almost any color will catch bass. The bites on; they’re eating with total abandon. But that’s not the way it is most days. Easy doesn’t usually define fishing.
Focusing on regional tactics to tempt a smallmouth bass bite will improve your odds of hooking up this month.
BassGold.com's Jay Kumar digs in on the patterns of the Top 25 finishers in the GEICO Bassmaster Classic on Lake Guntersville.
The tournament hype before the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic predicted loads of big bass and plenty of heavy limits. It was a lot to live up to. Despite the coldest winter in decades and frigid water temperatures, Guntersville put on a show.
There will be a lot of responsibility that will come to the first female Elite Series qualifier, whoever it may be.
If you fish from a boat, you've probably got several batteries in it. They take up space, add weight to your rig, and the best ones are not cheap. It's important to get value from them.
Whether you're fishing from a johnboat, kayak or canoe, these types of watercraft will go where a big fancy bass boat can't.
The Mobile-Tensaw River Delta can swallow you up and spin you around the first time you fish here. Its nearly 25,000 acres of water include riverine stretches, a vast marsh, huge grass flats and a maze of backwater sloughs, creeks and lakes.
Elite Series pro Pete Ponds goes over his checklist to make sure you avoid disaster before you even hit the water.