When choosing a spinning reel Reese says the most important consideration is the drag. The gear ratio and ball bearing count are secondary. "The drag is everything on a spinning reel.
"Too many anglers worry about materials, mechanics and names. Those things are important but the ultimate standard is to choose a rod that performs the task at hand properly."
We put the best professional anglers in the nation on a small lake they've never seen before, then give them seven hours to unlock its secrets while we log everything they do to find and catch bass in timeline fashion.
In this episode you'll learn how to properly store your trolling motor.
Fishermen who simply take the spoon right from the package, tie it on, drop it over the side and begin jigging are not going to achieve the same level of success as anglers who tweak both the lure and the presentation.
Josh Guess, second year BASS pro, says to keep an eye on the Florida natives in this Sunshine Showdown.
Follow my 10-point plan and your honey will be smiling all day long — and you'll be smiling all night long!
Spinnerbait is Kevin VanDam's go-to gear when the temperature drops, no matter what you're fishing for.
Clark Reehm with tips and tricks for storing your tackle.
Clark Reehm on how to trick out your Jon boat.
B.A.S.S. pro, Boyd Duckett, demonstrates the proper way to clean a reel.