Nominations are now being accepted for three positions on the Professional Anglers Association (PAA) Board of Directors. Nominees must be PAA Tour or Legends level members who will keep their membership in good standing during their term of service and must be willing to accept the responsibilities of serving on the Board.
Category: PAA Blog
Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Brian Snowden of Reeds Spring, Missouri provides us a simple yet valuable plan to fall back on (pun intended) based on two powerful styles of topwater baits. Snowden instructs you where to go, what to look for, when to use one topwater style and when to use the other.
In Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Ott DeFoe’s experience, the transition from summer to fall is generally a pretty tough time to catch bass on most reservoirs that he’s familiar with in the South, mid-Atlantic and central USA. He shares his tips for fishing waters these lakes as they transition between summer and fall.
PAA President Matt Reed has announced that the PAA Tournament Series event on Douglas Lake in Dandridge, Tennessee has been postponed and will not take place this week.
Bassmaster Elite Series and PAA pro Aaron Martens of Leeds, Alabama stops by to talk about spinning. In Part One, he discusses why you should become fluent in spinning, the strengths of spinning and what line and tackle you should use when spinning.
In Part Three, PAA pro Mike DelVisco of Dandridge, Tennessee discusses the Hula jig, the Hair jig and specific techniques and fishing locations that work best with each of the those jig styles. Mike wraps up his three-part series with the specs on which rods, reels and line to use with each of his seven different and deadly jig styles.