Remitz believes the football-style jighead has been a success on the tournament scene recently because of its ability to proficiently probe deep structure.
"Now this pattern may not always be that good, but it's very consistent. In summer, flipping and pitching around deep docks is by far my favorite technique."
The B.A.S.S. pros talk about how they balance work, fans and home life.
The B.A.S.S. pros talk about their fellow angler Dave Wolak.
The B.A.S.S. pros talk about how poker night can help them unwind and build comradery.
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.