The B.A.S.S. pros talk about how important fans are to the suture of the sport. Spectators can actually be out on the water during many of the B.A.S.S. competitions.
In this article, Gary Klein, veteran pro, talks about the value of swimbaits and how the pros are figuring out how to adapt them to tournament competition.
In this article, read how Charlie Ingram developed a new lure, a bass jig with a monumental difference: it sports two big, bad hooks instead of the usual one.
Read as Elite Series pro Pete Ponds talks about finding and identifying bass migration routes and explains how a lot of different factors influence bass movements.
When the heat becomes unbearable, dogs slumber in the shade and sluggish bass cool off by hanging around deep water structure.
In this article, you can read the Why, Where and Staying on Top factors of shallow water smallmouth, as well as their reliability during competition.
In this article, you can read how according to Robert Hamilton who won the 1992 Bassmaster Classic on Alabama's Logan Martin Lake, his Classic win was almost totally dependent on shad.
In this article, you can read how one hot summer day, David Wharton's search for bass on Harvey Creek, led to his realization that even during the hottest part of summer, you can still find and catch bass in shallow water if you know where to look.
In this article, you can read the pros approaches to dock fishing - whether to skip, pitch or flip and how to develop patterns within patterns.
In this article, you can read about Elite Series pro Scott Rook's summer crankbait techniques.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Jeff Reynols believes in his spinnerbait for off-color waters.