Click here to continue 1 / 16 Between fishing engagements, Todd Faircloth can be found at his home in Jasper, Texas, where he’s lived his entire life. Let’s take a look into his tackle room, aka, man cave. Photo: Mike Suchan 2 / 16 Todd's "man cave" area is stuffed with everything the longtime pro uses during the Bassmaster Elite Series. Photo: Mike Suchan 3 / 16 There are a lot of plastics in those plastic boxes. Photo: Mike Suchan 4 / 16 Each is labeled with the exact contents, even broken down and sorted to similarity. Photo: Mike Suchan 5 / 16 A pegboard holds bags and bags of soft plastics, in all sizes and colors. Photo: Mike Suchan 6 / 16 Strike King has been one of Faircloth’s sponsors. Say, who is that guy on all the packages? Photo: Mike Suchan 7 / 16 Across the room is another pegboard with all sorts of tackle, from spinnerbaits, to crankbaits, line and terminal tackle. 8 / 16 The variety of lines and test weight are stacked. Photo: Mike Suchan 9 / 16 But next to an assortment of crankbaits is his line-changing station, with a variety positioned on rods for ease of spooling on his reels. Photo: Mike Suchan 10 / 16 This stack of rods needs new line, and Faircloth said he needed to take a day to accomplish that. Photo: Mike Suchan 11 / 16 Here’s the desk where he does any fiddling with lures. Photo: Mike Suchan 12 / 16 He has tools at the ready to work on almost anything, including his preferred modifications. Photo: Mike Suchan 13 / 16 Here’s an insider trick: He uses toothpaste to get his spinning blades super shiny. Photo: Mike Suchan 14 / 16 Faircloth says the boxes on the bottom are what he will take with him on the road. Photo: Mike Suchan 15 / 16 Oh, and these stacks as well. Photo: Mike Suchan 16 / 16 Faircloth talks about his career in front of a wall of boxes that hold everything from Senkos to lizards to grubs sorted by size. Photo: Mike Suchan A tour of Todd Faircloth's tackle room.