Tip of the Week: A drop shot is an excellent choice for Co Anglers who are facing offshore situations. Pick up some finesse worms and weights and give it a try!

How to Fish the Ned Rig – Video

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How to Fish the Ned Rig – Video How to Fish the Ned Rig - Video

Quick Swim Jig Tips – Bailey Boutries

Bailey Boutries One of my all time favorite lures and technique is swimming a jig. It seems no matter… [more]

Quick Swim Jig Tips – Bailey Boutries Quick Swim Jig Tips - Bailey Boutries

Follow That Frog With A Fluke!

This time of the year, there are generally two main ways to catch bass. Fishing structure out deep… [more]

Follow That Frog With A Fluke! Follow That Frog With A Fluke!

The Importance of Accurate Casts

As I was walking around the local pond this evening catching a few bass, I observed a couple of young… [more]

The Importance of Accurate Casts The Importance of Accurate Casts

FLW Costa Series Kentucky Lake Recap – Mike Mueller

By Mike Mueller Stop number 2 on the FLW Costa Series Central division was held at one of my favorite… [more]

FLW Costa Series Kentucky Lake Recap – Mike Mueller FLW Costa Series Kentucky Lake Recap - Mike Mueller

Smith Lake BASS Open Champion – Jody White

The Bassmaster Southern Open series recently made its second stop of the year at Smith Lake, AL from… [more]

Smith Lake BASS Open Champion – Jody White Smith Lake BASS Open Champion - Jody White

All About Angles

By Ethan Dhuyvetter, I recently fished in my very last FLW College Fishing tournament for Kansas State… [more]

All About Angles All About Angles

Howard Takes a Big W on the Big O

The FLW Series made its first stop of the year at Lake Okeechobee on January 14-16. Our friend Mark Howard… [more]

Howard Takes a Big W on the Big O Howard Takes a Big W on the Big O

Launch, Troll, Land – Bryan Tena

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Launch, Troll, Land – Bryan Tena Launch, Troll, Land - Bryan Tena

BASS FISHING ARTICLES

How to Fish the Ned Rig – Video

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Quick Swim Jig Tips – Bailey Boutries

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Bailey Boutries One of my all time favorite lures and technique is swimming a jig. It seems no matter where I go, or what the conditions may be, I can catch them on it. You may not always catch numbers, but most of the time you will catch good quality fish. When the water temperature hits about 65 degrees in the spring, which is when the bass typically start to spawn, I will have a swim jig tied on. Late fall into early winter is when I will usually put my swim jigs away. We all know that … [Read More...]

Picking A Fishing Kayak

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Follow That Frog With A Fluke!

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This time of the year, there are generally two main ways to catch bass. Fishing structure out deep for schooling fish. Fishing shallow cover such as docks or vegetation to catch bass looking for shady ambush points. When it comes to the latter option, I can't say that I have met a bass fisherman who doesn't like pulling bass out of vegetation. This is for good reason - heavy equipment, hard hooksets, and big bass.... On top of this, when most bass fishermen see matted grass on … [Read More...]

The Importance of Accurate Casts

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As I was walking around the local pond this evening catching a few bass, I observed a couple of young teenagers excitedly doing the same. This made me ponder the past several years and think back to when I was that age. From my first rod/reel purchase with my own money (a cheap Shakespeare/Ugly Stik combo) to learning how to throw a baitcaster, my teenage days were filled with many pond bass and hopes of someday competing against the Bassmaster Elite Pros. Obviously, the competing with Elite … [Read More...]