Clark Reehm is having a tough year. And so, when he weighed 15 pounds, 9 ounces of bass on the first day of the Marine Formula STA-BIL Southern Challenge on Guntersville Lake he knew something had to change.
To help clear up the mysteries of structure fishing, we sought input from Cincinnati, Ohio, BASS pro Joe Thomas, a four time Classic qualifier and veteran TV outdoor show host.
Chris Payne learned a valuable lesson when he caught the biggest bass on the pro side of the Southern Open on Wheeler Lake.
Byron Velvick on getting that expensive lure back.
Todd Faircloth on searching for fish with a swimbait.
My recent win at Smith Mountain Lake — my 15th BASS victory — really means a lot to me. It gives me a certain satisfaction to have won a sight fishing tournament, a style of fishing not usually associated with me or my career.
James Niggemeyer's big bass at Smith Mountain Lake is a study in perseverance, self-confidence and top-shelf tournament strategy.
Although it doesn't take a master's degree in bassology to catch largemouth from small bodies of water, there are surefire techniques that can vastly improve your success.
No matter how much engineering, new materials or cutting edge know-how go into modern topwater baits, they'll never outperform the old standbys.
"Stone Cold Marty Spinnerbaiting" is a pattern that will keep you ahead of the crowd in spring, and, when conditions are right, it can win a tournament, too.