Ask 10 Bassmaster Elite Series anglers a question and you’ll get 12 different answers. Sound in crankbaits is no different.
Why would anyone throw a bait out over open water away from the bank, especially water that was as deep as where he was fishing?
I think the nation is fixin’ to burst into a heckuva spring fishing season. Why? Because most of the country is starting to thaw out.
My daughter and I recently enjoyed the trip of a lifetime and caught it all on video.
Braid, fluorocarbon or monofilament? Expert Bobby Lane says there's a place for all three line types in your bass fishing.
“I've spent a lot of time studying big spawners,” says Bobby Lane. “These are tactics I've found to work all around the country — not just in Florida.”
Spend "A Day on the Lake" with Billy McCaghren on a lake he's never seen in this Bassmaster Magazine exclusive.
Professional bass fishing is very different than fishing in the same part of the country most of the time.
One question I get a lot is, "What size line should I use when I'm crankbaiting?" My answer is always the same whether we're talking about crankbaiting or flipping or spinnerbaiting or anything else.
Looking for the bass of a lifetime? Try these tips from a man who has more lunkers to his credit than most of us can dream about.
If you are targeting trophy-size bass, understanding the nuances between bigger-than-average fish and the food they eat is the cornerstone to success.