Category: Pro Angler Blogs

Good, Better, Best: Which Fluorocarbon is right for you?

Good, Better, Best: Which Fluorocarbon is right for you?

[ 0 ] December 21, 2014 |

When too many good or even better choices are being offered but the best isn’t clear, the result can be indecision. You may end up choosing none at all…until you know more. That’s where Bassmaster Elite, PAA and Sunline pro Russ Lane of Prattville, Alabama can clarify things for you when it comes to the many fluorocarbon lines offered today.

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Falling for Hardbaits – Part 5: Cold Cranks continued

Falling for Hardbaits – Part 5: Cold Cranks continued

[ 1 ] December 12, 2014 |

In Part 5, Bassmaster Elite Series and PAA pro Brian Snowden of Reeds Spring, Missouri will continue to detail the nuances of when to use specific crankbait models, how to modify them to suspend, how to select crankbait colors and what rod, reel and line set-ups to use for cold cranking.

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Top Bass Pro Now in Pecan Business

[ 0 ] December 10, 2014 |

Professional bass fishing and pecan farming don’t have a lot in common … until now.

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Falling for Hardbaits – Part 4: Cold Cranks

Falling for Hardbaits – Part 4: Cold Cranks

[ 0 ] December 5, 2014 |

Bassmaster Elite Series and PAA pro Brian Snowden of Reeds Spring, Missouri divides late season cold water cranking into two different phases, depending on water temperature. He tells you what crankbaits to use, how to retrieve them and what areas of water to target within these temperature ranges.

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Bassin’ beyond Thanksgiving with PAA pro Cliff Pace

Bassin’ beyond Thanksgiving with PAA pro Cliff Pace

[ 0 ] December 1, 2014 |

2013 Bassmaster Classic champ and PAA pro Cliff Pace of Petal, Mississippi is usually at home this time of the year. It’s off-season for the pro tournament trails but Pace still enjoys getting out and fishing bodies of water in the southeast part of the country. In this story, Pace gives you tips on how to have a successful fishing venture beyond Thanksgiving.

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Falling for Hardbaits – Part 3: Jerkbaits

Falling for Hardbaits – Part 3: Jerkbaits

[ 0 ] November 21, 2014 |

Most anglers limit jerkbait use to colder months when they’re at their best – but there’s no need to curtail their use to only that. Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Brian Snowden of Reeds Spring, Missouri uses them not only when the water’s cold, he’ll use them when the water’s warm. Find out from Snowden himself why he uses jerkbaits more often.

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The BIG BASS of November with PAA champ Edwin Evers

The BIG BASS of November with PAA champ Edwin Evers

[ 0 ] November 13, 2014 |

“In the field, the deer are moving in November and the bass are moving just as much. They’re feeding up shallow and it’s amazing how good bass fishing can really be this month,” asserts Bassmaster Elite and PAA champ Edwin Evers. Indeed November is a month when fishing can be really, really good in Edwin’s home state Oklahoma and across the region. Before you head out to fish, read Evers tips for a successful November bass fishing outing.

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Fall’s Triple T’s: Thermocline, Turnover, Transition – Part Two

Fall’s Triple T’s: Thermocline, Turnover, Transition – Part Two

[ 0 ] November 5, 2014 |

In Part Two, Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Chad Morgenthaler of Coulterville, Illinois will educate you on what to do as the water continues to cool until the fishable layer above the thermocline reaches the same temperature as the unfishable layer below the thermocline and the water column literally turns over.

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