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Tyler Wins 2014 BASS Open on Arkansas River
Former Bassmaster Elite Series pro Mark Tyler cashed in...
Tyler Takes BASS Open Lead on Ark. River
His strategy of relying on past history and “winging...
Coppin Leads BASS Open on Ark. River
Clayton Coppin of Wagoner, Okla., copied a page out...
Scott Martin Hosts Lipless Crankbait Class on Bass University TV
The Bass University is now offering an awesome lipless...
Crestliner Trumped Period 4 and Grand Prize Winners Announced
Crestliner has announced the grand prize winners of their...
Musky Killed By Angler Intentionally Gets Justice
They call musky the “fish of a thousand casts”...
Leer Cap and Leer Locker Storage Solutions for Anglers
We travel all over the country fishing and covering...
Pirch Wins 2014 US Open
It took landing a haymaker blow in the opening...
Best Practices for Frog Fishing With Ish Monroe
Ish Monroe is a grinder. He rolls to the...
A Practice Day on the Arkansas River with Matt Lee
2012 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Champion, Matt Lee...

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  • It is no longer a secret that pulling crankbaits is a highly effective technique for tough-to-catch, warm-water crappie. Professional guides and tournament anglers lean heavily on this tactic during the summer months, due to both the consistency of the catch and the above-average size fish it produces. While more every day anglers are utilizing this […]

  • If you’ve been on the water recently, you might have noticed an eerie vacancy at some of your favorite boat ramps. Sure—school has once again started and the pleasure boating season is quickly coming to an end, but there’s another explanation for the lack of bass fishing activity. The fall transition period is, and always […]

  • Feathered bucktail jigs have recently re-emerged in the bass fishing world—and in a big way. Widely regarded as some of the most effective and ignored bass lures on the market, these age-old jigs offer anglers the opportunity to catch big, pressured bass in both deep and shallow water. FLW Tour pro Scott Canterbury has been […]

  • Hot weather, warm water and subpar oxygen levels aren’t necessarily the best ingredients for prime bass fishing action. Compound these factors with a scattered population of transitioning bass and September can be a tricky time for anglers. If you’re having a hard time getting bites, head up the river of your favorite reservoir where the water […]

  • Texas rigs are extremely popular among bass anglers and there’s a good reason for it—they catch big bass throughout the entire year. Whether you’re fishing shallow cover in a small pond or deep brush piles on a large reservoir, this popular rigging method will often produce consistent bites when other techniques fall short. Although you […]

  • If the nomadic nature of late-summer bass is flustering you, don’t overlook the effectiveness and sheer excitement of targeting schooling bass over open water. It might take a bit of practice to perfect your technique, boat positioning and presentations but when the light bulb clicks, hang on for dear life—it’s some of the most fun […]

  • Some folks view boat docks as recreational platforms used for swimming, grilling and enjoying cold beverages on hot summer days. Bass anglers, however, are of a much different breed. When we look at a dock, suntan lotion and lounge chairs are the last things on our minds—we see a golden opportunity for giant fish catches. […]

  • With all of the topwater lures in today’s bass fishing world, it’s easy to overlook the effectiveness of prop baits.  As boiling water temperatures continue to wreak havoc on bass fishing opportunities throughout the country, these oft forgotten lures can elicit violent strikes when others fall short. According to fisheries biologist and BASS Opens pro […]

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Whether it’s caused by fishing pressure, weather fronts or awkward transition periods between seasonal...

This is a great time of year to be chunking your favorite topwater lures...

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NEWS

  • Former Bassmaster Elite Series pro Mark Tyler cashed in his home water advantage to win the Bass Pro Shops Central Open presented by Allstate finale on the Arkansas River. The Vian, Okla., angler hadn’t fished the river since last year’s...

  • His strategy of relying on past history and “winging it” is giving local angler Mark Tyler an edge at the Bass Pro Shops Basssmaster Central Open finale on the Arkansas River. The Vian, Okla., angler sacked up a 14-pound,...

  • Clayton Coppin of Wagoner, Okla., copied a page out of Stephen Browning’s playbook to take the pro division lead in the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open presented by Allstate finale on the Arkansas River. “I have a little...

  • The Bass University is now offering an awesome lipless crankbait class hosted by FLW Tour pro Scott Martin. These lures play a big role in his home state of Florida and he is widely renowned as one of the...

  • Crestliner has announced the grand prize winners of their Trumped fishing photo contest. These anglers have caught the longest fish of the entire contest and will receive $5,000 for their efforts. Great job and congratulations! To see the winners...

  • They call musky the “fish of a thousand casts” largely because they are not very common in most fisheries and very difficult to catch. They are a favored fish of trophy hunters in the northern part of the US...

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