The square bill crankbait is an early design of a crankbait, having survived through decades as a favorite for anglers who love to crank.
Archive for September, 2011
If you’re planning on attending, or thinking about attending, one of The Bass University sessions on the 2012 schedule and want to save some money, then you better register before midnight Friday.
Mustad is offering up to $1.4 million to lucky anglers who set world and state records in its new “Hook a Million” promotion that begins Oct. 1.
As the days slide farther into autumn, recreational boaters face a unique set of safety issues: Warm days collide with deceptively cold waters, greatly increasing the risk of hypothermia even on a “tee-shirt” day.
The Toyota Texas Bass Classic ShareLunker Club Tournament starts Oct. 1 on Lake Conroe, an amateur tournament offering members the opportunity to fish for $100,000.
The United States Coast Guard’s National Recreational Boating Survey is under way, with the survey questionnaire being sent by mail to select owners of U.S.-registered recreational boats.
The Sixth Annual Berkley/Sebile Big Bass Challenge on Lake Fork is set for Oct. 15-16 at Lake Fork Marina, with two Skeeter packages for the top anglers.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will treat about 340 acres of aquatic plants in Lake Tohopekaliga in Osceola County this Thursday and Friday.
Chris Jackson used to make a living by catching bad guys on the streets of Birmingham. Now he does it by catching bass.