Brandon Lee's mom wrote in asking the Bass Rats to help give her son some fishing pointers.
This show is dedicated to the electronics of bass fishing.
John Eckensair is a 23 year old outdoorsman who frequently takes his two little sisters (age 14 & 15) to local ponds to fish. He is looking for a way to trick out his Avalanche to make it easier to pull up to the bank and find the fish.
Jonathan Garrie & Casey Sobczak are college students; they have asked the Bass Rats for help in how they can spruce up what they have and how to take care of their gear so that it will last long enough for them to graduate.
Every year, Triton gives away a fully rigged boat at the Bassmaster Classic. This year, they've asked the Bass Rats to accessorize the boat and appear on stage at the final weigh in to give it to the winner.
Rosann is tired of using all of her husbands hand-me-down equipment and wants her own gear. You won't want to miss what the Bass Rats have in store for her.
Kyle Tomek will be headed off to college next year and needs a small boat that he is easily transported and doesn't require a lot of storage room. In this episode of Bass Tech, the Bass Rats find a way to keep Kyle doing the thing he loves most: fishing.
Bob Sanders needs an ATV that will help him with his two favorite pastimes: hunting and fishing. The Bass Rats trick out a Bad Boy Buggy with some pretty amazing results.
Watch and laugh as the Bass Rats show us what happens "behind the scenes" on this special edition show.
The Bass Rats do their part to help the Frenette boys, who are victims from Hurricane Katrina and avid outdoorsmen, get back on the water and out in the duck blind.