Bass and sunfish are forever linked as predator and prey, and there's a good reason for that.
Read how Robert Lee begins with one basic rule when fishing tidal waters. "When the water comes up, the fish move up. When the water goes back down, the fish move back down." In tidal water tournaments, Lee always likes to find a group of fish and stay in one main area, following the fish up and down with the changing tides.
Few things are as intimidating to a bass angler as a reservoir ringed with high cliffs and deep water.
Terry Scroggins uses a two-lure rigs to resemble a small school of baitfish.
After all this time the worm still works, a wacky rigged soft plastic worm that is.
Tommy Martin adapts his bait to meet the needs of the fish, that's how you stay in this business as long as he has.
Read how the jig-and-pig of this millennium, aside from a few cosmetic changes, is the same as that of the last — a leadhead jig with a rubber skirt, tipped with a pork or plastic trailer.
Four of the Elite Series pros explain mistakes anglers make that sound obvious but do get overlooked.
Some of the pro tells us how to set the hook so that you're less likely to loss the fish.
The bucktail lure is, what everyone knows as, the hair jig. It's been around forever and it's still effective but little used.
Kevin VanDam explains why he prefers to fish prespawn or postspawn, and that not all bass spawn at the same time.