Latest Content: Tips

Dean Rojas: Power fishing in clear water

Mar 10, 2008

Sure, a shaky head puts bass in the boat. A drop shot can be a prime time limit-getter. And a Carolina rig will allow you to understand the bottom of your favorite lake.

Dean Rojas: Topwater temperature

Mar 10, 2008

To most bass fishermen, there's nothing better than an explosive strike on a topwater bait. Whether that bait is a buzzbait or a hollow-bodied frog, anglers are seemingly hooked on the water-shattering bites that either can elicit.

Denny Brauer: When to go ultra shallow

Mar 10, 2008

When some anglers say they're catching fish shallow, they might mean less than 10 feet. Others could be talking about 4 or 5 feet. Still others could be going skinny in the 2-foot zone.

Dustin Wilks: Using advantages of recreational traffic

Mar 10, 2008

Read what North Carolina pro Dustin Wilks recommends when you want to do some serious fishing and can't escape recreational boat traffic.

The right jig for rock and wood

Mar 10, 2008

In this article, you can read Chad Griffin's description of the subtleties that make a difference when pitching jigs around rock and wood.

How I beat KVD at the Harris Chain

Mar 10, 2008

When I first started in tournaments, I did measure myself against KVD and other talented guys, but not now. It doesn't matter who I'm competing against. I just want to beat them all.

35 techniques you should know

Mar 4, 2008

At the recent CITGO Bassmaster Tour event presented by Busch at Georgia's Lake Seminole, winner Gary Klein was asked if he was surprised at the skill levels of the younger pros in the tournament.

A guide to precision cranking

Mar 4, 2008

Think you know how deep your crankbaits run? Odds are, you don't.

A look at pay lakes

Mar 4, 2008

Imagine a lake where you can catch 40 to 50 bass a day, with a good chance of tangling with a bragging-sized fish and not see another boat the entire day.

A new spin on baitcaster chores

Mar 4, 2008

Woo Daves recalls his early days as a professional bass angler and the role spinning rods played in tournaments back in the 1970s. Essentially, they had no role. Baitcasters were the rage, and few professional bass anglers used spinning rods for much of anything.

A pitch for the pads

Mar 4, 2008

In this article, read how lily pads provide bass with everything they need and how they are worth looking into.

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