Port Saint Lucie, Fla. — “Duel Corporation, parent company of Yo-Zuri America and Hardcore Bass Lures, announced today their intent to support B.A.S.S. professional tournament bass fishermen for the 2016 season."
Duel Corporation and Yo-Zuri look forward to a strong season with a lineup of industry veterans as well as newcomers to the sport.
“For the first time ever, Yo-Zuri will be sponsoring anglers under the Duel / Yo-Zuri brands, for … [Read More...]
Fall is one of the best times of year for bass fishing as many of the fish begin to follow the baitfish and spend their time feeding and nothing else. This time of year is also my favorite time to throw crankbaits because they allow me to cover water and find the most aggressive bass. I use a variety of crankbaits and the following are my top five crankbaits from shallow to deep-water fall fishing.
Lipless Crankbait – Yo-Zuri Rattl’n … [Read More...]
Each year on Thanksgiving, we gather with friends and families and say what we are thankful for. Of course we also stuff our faces with food each fall. Bass are no different, as late fall is when they feed like no other time of year in anticipation of the upcoming winter. This time of year is one of the best times to get out on the water to catch big bass and, surprisingly, they can be very aggressive to lures many anglers overlook. The following … [Read More...]
Now that the 2015 Bassmaster Elite Series season is over, I have had time to reflect. If I had to describe the season in one word, it would be “rollercoaster.” I ended up making the 2016 Bassmaster Classic with a 38th place finish in the points standings. This was one of my primary goals going into the season. It was not without some challenges and plenty of highs and lows along the way. The following is a recap of each event, how I did, what … [Read More...]
It’s no secret that smallmouth bass act differently than largemouth. They are known for being “here one day and gone the next.” What I did not realize until recently was just how different they can be in northern waters compared to the southern smallmouth I grew up fishing for. Through trial and error, I have seen some differences between the two regions and also developed some theories about why they act differently.
Wind, Waves, and Overcast … [Read More...]