With Christmas just around the corner, perhaps you could use some help with your shopping. Whether you're looking for the perfect gift for an angler or thinking of what to put on your own list for Santa to deliver, Christmas shopping can be a daunting task. Luckily our staff of elves has some pretty good […]
High school angler and social media butterfly Noah Pescitelli recently signed on to receive an athletic scholarship from Savannah College of Art and Design, making him the school's first recruit for the new Bees Men's Fishing Program.
A number of pros have reasons to be grateful this Thanksgiving holiday as they contemplate the season behind them and what they managed to accomplish. Yet there are others who didn't make quite as many ripples in the tournament waters this year, but nevertheless have cause to celebrate and look to the future.
While all swimbaits accomplish the same thing - imitating a prey fish swimming through the water - there are now hundreds of baits from which to choose, and there are models for tackling just about any scenario.
You see some things when you're on the water for 10 months covering tournaments from Florida to California. Most of the time our on-the-water team has its cameras trained on the anglers, but every once in a while something from nature intervenes that is just too cool to pass up.
Fishing tournaments as a co-angler is a great first step to take toward a more advanced level of competitive bass fishing. Not only do you get more time on the water, you often end up fishing behind some very experienced anglers that can teach you some valuable lessons.
Noah Pescitelli is a member of the Mill Creek High School Fishing Team and is the first student in Georgia to receive an athletic scholarship for fishing. http://www.bassmaster.com/news/noah-pescitelli-signs-fishing-scholarship-scad read more
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The bass are at the tail end of that fall feeding frenzy and, as we get closer to winter, those fish want to be close to their wintering grounds. http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/christie-talk-winter-bass-biting read more
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