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.
As a young pro, Bernie Schultz worked with the designers at the Hildebrandt Lure Company to create the perfect spinnerbait for fishing emergent and submerged vegetation.
When I think of a swimbait I think about an artificial lure that mimics a baitfish. It's a lure that's characterized by a lifelike action and a lifelike appearance.
The pros have been swimming jigs, fishing them 8 to 10 inches under the surface over submerged vegetation, around laydowns and through other shallow cover — and they're catching a lot of bass.
Boyd Duckett on how to spot the proper place to sight fish.
In this article you will read about tips for small swimbait.
Go on the lake with B.A.S.S. pro Grant Goldbeck on Lake Mitchell, Alabama.