In winning the 1990 Bassmaster Classic, Rick Clunn dispelled a myth that lipped baits and their trailing, sharp set of treble hooks aren't effective when fished through heavy timber.
"Being different is a big theme nowadays," says Mike Iaconelli, the 2006 Bassmaster Angler of the Year. "Fish have seen a regular Texas rigged plastic worm 10 times a day for the last five years."
It's common bass fishing knowledge that a lake's entire population of largemouth does not assault the shallows to spawn in one great wave.
Pro Jimmy Mason gives us tips on how to catch fish under and around floating docks.
Smoe pros tell us what they never leave home without.
Cody Bird gives us tips on renovating your tubes to make them more desirable to bass.
In this article, you can read about how Marty Stone's two decades on the tournament trail have made him a big believer in matching lure color to light conditions.
Warm weather means most anglers trade in their crankbaits for soft plastics.
In this article, you can read how Denny Brauer provides some practical matter-of-fact advice about setting up a bass boat. Denny suggests fitting the boat to your personality and fishing style.
Here's how an Elite Series pro makes a little crank go a long way