Tips for fishing big swimbaits on the outside of where bass will be on their beds.
Big bass, big bags and Century Belts were big storylines at the Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite at Lake Fork.
Chris Zaldain used swimbaits on windblown points to score a Top 10 at Lake Fork.
At the recent Bassmaster Elite Series event on Lake Fork, Chris Zaldain’s penchant for launching 8- to 10-inch glide baits and swimbaits led to 93 pounds of largemouth, a fifth-place finish and a ...
On top of the bass spawn that should start kicking into gear, it sounds like shad spawns are in motion as well.
With the lake primarily in a postspawn phase and a shad spawn rapidly gaining momentum, this one will be one to watch.
Don’t be surprised if fans see the biggest fish the Elites have had at this venue come across the stage.
Anglers should realize a slump can be fixed by addressing things one small issue at a time.
Watching Chris Zaldain and other Bassmaster Elite Series pros catch big smallmouth and largemouth bass out of extremely heavy currents below the Wilson Dam on Pickwick Lake has been quite the...
It may look like an exercise in randomness, but as Zaldain notes, success hinges on strict adherence to a set of dos and dont’s.
So far the topic of the Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite on Pickwick Lake has been change.
Anyone who’s met the affable Canadian angler Jeff Gustafson can see he’s kind, gracious and would pleasantly fulfill any request for a favor.
Elite pro Chris Zaldain discusses fishing the canals along Florida's St. Johns River and how shallow-water anchors keep him locked in for fishing.
The Elites’ second stop of 2021 lands in Knoxville, Tenn., site of 2019 Bassmaster Classic.
Since leaving the St. Johns River just under two weeks ago, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Chris Zaldain has been through quite the roller coaster of challenges.
Sometimes the glass is half full, even if we don’t know it at the time.
After the warm temperatures of Florida, the Elites are coming back to a dose of reality in Knoxville, Tenn.
All in all it’s going to be pretty much business as usual in 2021, and that’s a good thing.
Moving the 2021 Bassmaster Classic to June might mean less weight on the scales, but the decision should help boost attendance for the weigh-ins and expo.
The first thing Chris Zaldain will tell an angler to do is bend one of the three shanks on the factory treble hook out to nearly 90-degrees, and then use pliers to squeeze the other two shanks...
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