We all know Greg Hackney won the Bassmaster Elite Series tournament at Cayuga Lake, N.Y. using his namesake Strike King Hack Attack Jig. But how exactly did he get on the jig bite and where he was he fishing?
Like many Bassmaster Elite Series pros, Todd Faircloth had never been on Cayuga Lake prior to the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite held there. "All I knew was it had grass in it," he said.
Going into the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake, Chris "Zaldaingerous" Zaldain was 63rd in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year points.
Matt Lee explains the tricks he uses to finesse fish.
There's only one meaningful goal at any bass tournament, and that's to win as much money as you can to provide for yourself and your family.
Tag along with Elite Series pro Skeet Reese on Day 2 of the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake as he puts on a frog fishing clinic.
If you're new to the sport, you're probably painfully aware that there's an awful lot of bass fishing jargon out there. Even when you think you know what anglers are talking about, there's lots of room for misinterpretation. Here are some common bass fishing phrases and what they really mean ... in plain English.
Gerald Swindle offers insider tips on how to skip with spinning gear.
The Elite Series event here on Cayuga Lake in New York is dispelling a myth held by many anglers about northern natural lakes.
Mark Menendez offers tips on how to use a Quad Shad spinnerbait.
Cayuga Lake has many different types of grass from what my research tells me, and that usually means a healthy population of bass. It also indicates that the lake’s bass will be found in the grass.