Read as Texas pro Bud Pruitt explains how as part of the food chain, crawfish are preferred by bass. Crawfish lures are also easy to fish. "You just can't go wrong with them."
In this article, find where to look for bass,and how to evaluate the location in order to pick the best lure.
Read how Rob Kilby was using jerkbaits nearly three decades ago to fish the clear water reservoirs of northern Arkansas and southern Missouri.
While bass living in those waters have the same basic needs, catching them requires an understanding of the differences in how fish live and feed in such dissimilar environments.
If you can figure out what the fish like, and you can't buy it, you might just have to develop it yourself.
In this article, you can read how three veteran anglers, each a former Tournament Trail winner, are fishing diverse cover in three different seasons and catching their bass using the same lure and technique - swimming a jig.
In the summer of 1920, long before science and clever minds brought us the first plastic worm, Alan P. Jones Sr. and Urban Schreiner, avid bass anglers from Fort Atkinson, Wis., fashioned the original pork frog.
Ish Monroe explains why his 'cheat rig' works better if the sun's out.
Ask a bass fisherman who cut his teeth on a clear water lake to name his go-to lure the one he turns to when he can't catch a fish on anything else — and the odds are he'll quietly say it's a leadhead jig teamed with some kind of plastic body.
If you've ever spent much time on Lake Texoma, you understand how frustrating it can be trying to catch the finicky bass living around the lake's dozens of docks and crowded boat stalls.
Now that jerkbaits have become established as essential bass lures, a consensus exists among many respected anglers regarding when and where to cast these baits for optimal success.