During the Forrest Wood Cup on Wheeler Lake, both Joseph Webster and Brandon Perkins utilized a popping cork and a fly to tempt schooling bass. Webster only tossed the rig on the weekend, but it was part of the primary game plan for Perkins, and it's something he's been incorporating into tournament success for a […]
Nixon made a mental note to see his family doctor when he returned to Arkansas. Good thing; the sensation he felt in his arm was a warning signal that something bad was happening inside Nixon's heart and it needed to be repaired sooner rather than later.
A couple of years ago, Ray Hanselman accomplished something that no other professional angler ever achieved - nor is ever likely to again. He won all three Texas Division tournaments of the Costa FLW Series, and then went on to win the 2015 championship on the Ohio River. It's a feat that ranks among the […]
Matt Elkins of Spencerville, Ohio, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 22 pounds, 11 ounces, Saturday to win the fourth FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Michigan Division tournament of 2016 on the Detroit River. Elkins took home $5,632 for his win.
Mike Brueggen of La Crosse, Wisconsin, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 15 pounds, 11 ounces, Saturday to win the fourth FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Great Lakes Division tournament of 2016 on the Mississippi River. For his efforts, Brueggen took home $5,963.
Plenty of pros caught largemouths in the Costa FLW Series Northern Division event on Oneida, winner Cory Johnston even weighed a few in on the first two days, but it was brown fish that dominated the top 10. From second to tenth, what follows is how the best figured them out.
Day by day in the Costa FLW Series presented by Ranger Boats on Oneida, differing fishing conditions have challenged the field. Today, on the final day, the conditions are as different as possible from the slick calm that had Oneida looking like a big puddle for much of the second day. As the top 10 […]
When the Bassmaster Elite Series was launched in 2006, the plan was to make it exclusive — only 100 or so of the top professionals in bass fishing would be allowed to compete. And it would be easier to stay in than get in.