The Grand Lake Extravaganza, the World’s Largest Bass Tagged Event, will be starting April 1st and will run until May 18th. There will be 500-tagged bass that will be released in Grand Lake with the top prize being $250,000 and each fish will be at least worth $50.
Installments One and Two of this story explained how Texan Keith Combs uses one rod and one line for all his cranking. Here in Part Three, Combs explains all about fighting fish on crankbaits so you should hardly lose any.
BASS Elite Series Angler Kurt Dove will partner with Dixie Electric of Odessa, TX in 2014. Kurt, a member of the BK Fishing Team, will also retain his title sponsor from 2013, BK Racing (NASCAR; Statesville, NC). Dove is very pleased he has added another strong partner to go along with them.
Part one of this three-part story was all about the cranking stick used by two-time Toyota Texas Bass Classic world champion Keith Combs. The second key aspect of his setup is his line.
Bass Edge Radio, presented by MegaWare KeelGuard, visits with B.A.S.S. Open Champion Dave Mansue in the Lucas Oil Angler Spotlight on their early March episode of the top-rated podcast. Dave joins hosts of Bass Edge Radio Aaron Martin and Kurt Dove for an instructional conversation concerning pre-spawn bass fishing tactics.
The Toyota Texas Bass Classic (TTBC) is returning to Lake Fork in a big way. The Sabine River Authority in Quitman will again host this world-class bass fishing tournament and outdoor country music festival. We are proud to announce our exceptional entertainment this year.
The Toyota Texas Bass Classic is seeking volunteers to help support the Texas sized outdoor music festival and world championship fishing event on Lake Fork, May 9-11. The event will host the world’s greatest anglers as well as chart topping country music performances. Fishing knowledge is not required and those who register will receive an unforgettable experience.
PAA pro Keith Combs of Huntington, Texas excels at cranking. In this two-part story, we delve into how he’s perfected and simplified his cranking game.
“February in the South is always the big month of angler anticipation – never more than after this tough winter that’s finally releasing its chilly grip on the South,” says PAA pro and FLW Angler of the Year Andy Morgan.