All About Angles

By Ethan Dhuyvetter, I recently fished in my very last FLW College Fishing tournament for Kansas State University, which happened to be the National Championship held at Lake Keowee, South Carolina. While College Fishing events are set up in the team format, I realized some valuable information during this event which is also applicable to fishing as […]

Fishing Outside Your Comfort Zone – Shawn Overton

Fishing out of our comfort zone… Most of us don’t like to do it. Whether you get caught up fishing yesterday’s pattern or you can’t seem to put down your favorite spinnerbait, stepping away from these “comfort zones” may help you finish higher on the leader board. Some might call it hardheadedness, but most of us […]

Bryan New and Jason Johnson Talk Co-Angling

Bryan New and Jason Johnson finished 1 and 2 in the Forrest Wood Cup at Lake Murray, South Carolina. They did a video with us, and here is what they had to say about their experiences on Tour as Co-Anglers.

Faith, Family, Friends, and Fishing – Mark Howard

I want to take a few minutes to introduce myself. My name is Mark Howard and I am an FLW Co-Angler. I, like many of you, aspired to be a Bass Pro in my mid 20’s. I had set a time limit on becoming a Bass Pro and if I didn’t accomplish my goal by […]

Never Stop Learning – Grayson Smith

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” This is especially true in the sport of bass fishing. I, along with many others, have spent numerous hours browsing through internet and magazine articles, tournament recaps, and YouTube videos in order to further expand […]

My Life as a Co

By Russ Chargualaf I often get asked, “What is the most challenging part of fishing the Co-Angler side on the Bassmaster Opens trail?” Well, at the end of the day, it’s catching my limit of bass. As simple of an answer as that is, the complexity of achieving that goal is far from easy. For […]

Adam Tucker’s Tips for Success

Fishing as a co angler can be very fun, but also very challenging. You can learn so much from fishing with different boaters and watching how they fish and what different techniques they use. Watching my boater has helped me in countless tournaments. I have learned to always watch where the boater casts, and if […]

So you want to be a co angler – Destin DeMarion

By Destin DeMarion (shown below) Some want to make money, some want to learn, some just want the opportunity to fish in a bass boat; whatever the reason, competing as a co angler can be a great experience. This blog will touch upon some of the common reasons for fishing, or wanting to fish as […]

A Co’s Secret to Success – Anthony Goggins

The Secret… There are other articles, videos, and books about this subject, but it’s something I came to realize fishing after I won my first BFL in 2007 as a co. Staying Positive-it’s how I have been so successful as a co for the last 7 years. Like many, I have a skill when it […]

Maximizing Fishing Time – Bryan New

By: Bryan New As a co angler, most of the major decisions are out of your control. You have to fish the water the boater wants to fish, you are positioned where the boater positions you, and you have no idea where you will go next. On top of all of this, you are fishing […]