SAN ANTONIO, Texas – While the rest of the country is standing in line at 4 a.m. the day after Thanksgiving, and feverishly monitoring the internet the following weekend for the “bargain of the year”, holiday shopping for the angler on your gift-giving list is as easy as “point, click and save” on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, thanks to Livingston Lures. [..]
Lucky Craft pro Brent Ehrler demonstrates how to fish with the Real BG at Lake Perris.
Greg Hackney won the 2014 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year race by doing things his own way. The fishing reels he uses are no exception. The spools Hackney prefers are larger than those of pretty much every other Elite Series angler on tour, and most likely the ones you’re using too.
Thirty years ago, most all baitcasting reels were comparatively larger than present day. Then the fishing industry got on a weight loss program achieved mostly by designing sleeker, lower profile, reels that also feature smaller spools. [..]
Learning as much as you can about the fishing lures that you use is critical to consistently catching good bass! John Crews’ class is an incredible in-depth look into two of his most reliable lures with specifics on the why, when, how, where, and when questions. [..]
I know a bunch of y’all are obsessed with whitetails right now. Nothing wrong with that, but I gotta tell ya, November may just be ‘the perfect month’ for bass fishing. So be real careful in your treestand, and also, be real careful not to miss out on some of the best shallow water bass fishing of the year.
I’m always a little hesitant to talk about specific water temps, because obviously, water temps vary greatly in any given month depending on where your favorite body of water is located. But I gotta tell ya, surface temps are between 50 and 60 degrees are the green flag to the start of largemouth putting on the feedbags in fall. [..]
Maiden, N.C. – B.A.S.S. Elite Series angler Hank Cherry has added Creme Lure Company to his tackle box for the 2015 season. Creme Lure Company, the company that made what most anglers consider the largest impact on bass fishing when Nick and Cosma Creme release the first soft plastic worm back in 1949. Their molded worm, known as the Creme Wiggle Worm, was made up of vinyl oils and pigment, they both looked and felt soft and alive and didn’t dry out when exposed to air.