Latest Content: Tips

A Threat is Your Best Bet

Aug 28, 2008

Most of the year, you'll find me throwing baits that are designed to imitate a shad, crawfish or maybe an alewife. But there's one time of year that I'll always have at least one bait ready to go that resembles a bluegill, and that time is now.

Four "must have" Lures

Aug 26, 2008

What lures might the top pros pack if they could only have four for the rest of the 2008 Bassmaster Elite Series season? In this article, you can find out what Dave Wolak and Terry Scroggins say.

Team Tundra: Dave Wolak My Best and Worst

Aug 26, 2008

In this article, you can read about Dave Wolak's best and worst in the 2007 fishing season.

Landing the Followers

Aug 25, 2008

In this article you can read about the angler's excitement at following fish and how to cash in on the catch.

A Man and His Frog

Aug 21, 2008

Read about how after his Elite victory, Dean Rojas is starting to change the way anglers approach all topwater fishing.

The Line on Lines

Aug 21, 2008

I run a convenience and tackle store in Celina, Tenn., and one of the most common questions I get from folks who are trying to get geared up for some fishing is this: What line should I use?

In-between bass

Aug 20, 2008

In this article, you can read how Jordon won and Horton finished fifth in 2002 CITGO Bassmaster Tour event on Lake Guntersville on patterns providing textbook examples of how anglers can overcome overlapping seasons.

A Day On the Lake - Steve Kennedy in the Fall

Aug 19, 2008

In this article, you can read about Steve Kennedy's Fall day on a new lake, Lake Q, a 650-acre reservoir.

Tactics for Falling Water

Aug 15, 2008

Last week we talked about falling water and how it sends bass to the bluffs. This week I want to talk about the best lures and presentations for falling water smallmouths.

What Happened on Oneida Lake?

Aug 14, 2008

Except for the weather and placing 16th., Tommy Biffle's predictions were pretty good.

Bluff Your Way to More Bass

Aug 11, 2008

Everyone seems to think about falling water levels in the fall and winter when lake authorities start to draw reservoirs down in anticipation of spring rains. The truth is, falling water can happen almost anytime, including the middle of summer when demand for electricity is high.

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