Want to do well at your next tournament? We reveal hidden tournament secrets that will push you past the competition! An excellent resource for every tournament angler.
See how Randy Howell scouts Lake Hartwell in preparation for the Feb. 20-22 Bassmaster Classic
Top bass pros recall some of the hard learned lessons that cost them in tournaments.
With these tips you should be able to put together a solid game plan for any tournament.
These are things that can help you avoid making one of the biggest mistakes in bass fishing. We reveal what they are inside.
Summer time coincides with some of the hottest bass fishing of the year literally and figuratively. Be sure to take extra steps to insure that the bass you catch live to fight another day.
Perhaps you would love to be a professional angler someday? Is it in your DNA? A pro angler's mother reveals the signs.
Professional speaker Brandon Gray teaches you how to overcome tough fishing conditions during tournaments, and turn them into wins using a process called Circumstance, Choice and Response. This might be the best next 6 minutes you spend today.
When tournament conditions are tough, top pros rely on two techniques. We explain what they are inside.
Discover what establishing a pattern means, and how making (sometimes subtle) changes to your presentation can lead to success!
Although the move to catching more fish on a regular basis requires some work, it is a much shorter trip than most anglers would guess.
You must set goals before each season begins. Bill Wilcox outlines some valuable tips inside that could mean taking home a check.
Emotions can ruin a tournament. Here are some tips to keep you level-headed and focused on fishing during a tournament.
Confidence in bass fishing can take years to build but only one day to break it down. Here's how to keep that from happening.
Staying focused may mean the difference between the winner's circle and a long drive home.
Most bass fishermen get locked into certain beliefs concerning bass fishing. Buck the trend and catch more bass.
New to tournament fishing? We offer the following tips for newcomers to bass club tournaments.
There's hotly debated commentaries on the act of using polygraph examinations for fishing tournaments.
Most successful tournament anglers have to be versatile. They must be able to adjust to the bass throughout the day.
Personal style and environmental circumstances are determining factors in a pro angler's decision on where and how to fish.
What lures that once had a prominent place on the pro trail have faded to near obscurity? We reveal them inside!
Learn tournament strategy - from prefishing to final day - from pro Michael Murphy in this informative and frank article.
If you want to become a better tournament angler, you need to fish all types of water conditions and locations.
Managing time on the water is critical during a tournament. Here's how to maximize it.
Classic champion Mike Iaconelli reveals his secret pre-tournament rituals for successful tournaments. A BassResource.com exclusive!
Most tournaments require live release, so once you've paid your entry fee, do your part to make catch-and-release real.
With all the new tactics, new lures, and new technologies you'd think all the young guns of the sport have it made, right? Wrong!
To rule out the luck factor of fishing and improve your results, follow the three C's of bass fishing.
Want to do better at tournaments? Learn from 4-time Classic winner Rick Clunn how he consistently catches fish.
I’m amazed at the difference the little things make. Add in a dash of confidence and you put yourself in the position to win.
Want to win tournaments? We reveal what may be the only thing holding you back.
Here is what every serious tournament angler needs to know in order to succeed in boater/co-angler format tournaments.
Discover how individual tournament strategies and big picture planning decisions can turn into a championship season.
Follow an angler through a grueling tournament - will he make the cut? See what happens next!
We look at both the boat owner and non-boater to give you some guidelines for fishing etiquette and boating rules.
Here's some tips in selecting a tournament trail that fits what you're looking for in fun and enjoyment, the best payback, or both.
Do you really have what it takes to become a professional tournament angler? Read on to find out.
What does it take to become a professional bass angler? Here's some insight directly from a pro.
If you have your sights set on being a professional tournament competitor, here's some sound advice to set you on your way.
Do you have what it takes to turn pro? Read about becoming a professional angler from a touring pro.
In order to move up to the professional tournament level of bass fishing, you must map out your strategy.
If you want to be a pro angler, then you must have good sponsorships. We reveal how to find and build solid sponsor relationships.
This article is designed solely for the purpose of helping individuals obtain and retain sponsorship agreements.
Part 1 in a series that answers the question, How do I get sponsored and keep those sponsors?
Part 3 in a series that answers the question, How do I get sponsored and keep those sponsors?
Want to get sponsored? We reveal the secrets of looking outside of the fishing industry for cash sponsorship.
So what are the factors that influence the life of a pro angler? You may be surprised! They're revealed inside.
Simply stating that you'll proudly display their logo is considered ho-hum in the fishing industry. Here's how to get their attention!
Rarely do today's bass pros make it to the top by themselves. Here is a look at the mentors and influences of a few well-known pros.
Jay Yelas reflects on winning Angler of the Year, and reveals his secrets to a championship season.
How Three of the Very Best Elite Anglers Adapted to a Host of Changing Conditions at Bull Shoals
If Swindle does well this week, he’ll avoid a sixth back surgery, and he’ll make sure everybody is wearing socks as colorful as his personality.
The win came through the determination of a stiffened-up grizzled veteran to win whether away in Alabama, New York or right here at home.
A handful of young tournament anglers have been blowing the doors off the competition. Find out who they are inside.
Dean Rojas broke the 100-pound mark for a record 108 pounds, 12 ounces for a five-bass limit catch in a four-day tournament.
Byron Velvik shattered the 3 day total weight record with 83-pound 5-ounces. The man and his tactics are examined in this article.
See pictures from Grand Lake, site of the Bassmaster Classic, like you've never seen before!
Check out the sights in and around Grand Lake, site of the Bassmaster Classic!