Crankbaits are really big in Texas. Most of the great pros from Texas are great crankbait anglers too. The reason why is because crankbaits catch bigger bass than other lures. There’s no doubt about that, says PAA and FLW Tour pro Chris Brasher of Hallsville, Texas.
Jeff Stanford, owner of Sign Designs of TN in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee gets busy around this time every fall when the top pro anglers start looking to get their new boats wrapped for next season.
PAA and Bassmaster Elite pro Edwin Evers of Talala, Oklahoma tells us a little of why he loves his Nitro boat so much.
With the seventh annual Toyota Texas Bass Classic now in the record books, it’s time for the Toyota Tundra Top Ten to share their baits and tactics, tips and tricks they used to ply Lake Conroe to perfection.
PAA and Bassmaster Elite pro Edwin Evers of Talala, Oklahoma shares how to set the adjustable lip of the Megabass Knuckle 60 squarebill crankbait on the fly bewtween casts so you can keep fishing properly as you come across different situations and depths.
At the awards ceremony following the final weigh-in of the Toyota Texas Bass Classic at the Lone Star Convention & Expo Center, ATX Wheels presented the ATX Big Bass award to the TTBC pro that caught the very biggest bass over the course of this exciting three-day world championship fishing tournament.
After opening round limits weighing 24 pounds, 8 ounces on Friday and 23 pounds, 4 ounces on Saturday, the Texas pro went to work on Sunday and put together a 15 pound limit on Lake Conroe.
The mystique of big bass is alluring. If someone guaranteed that you could exchange a season’s worth of small bass for just one chance at landing a teen-sized whopper, what would you do?
After Keith Combs recorded an opening day limit weighing 24 pounds, 8 ounces to take the lead at the Toyota Texas Bass Classic on Lake Conroe, he cautioned that it would be difficult to turn in a repeat performance on Saturday.