Bassmaster Elite series Pro Brandon Card’s tips on jerkbaits and jigs for winter bass fishing
Jerkbaits and jigs are so good in the winter. They can be fished slowly to catch cold, sluggish bass. They both work well on lowland and highland reservoirs and in rocky and grassy areas. They work well for largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass. The two best food sources for bass in winter are minnows and crawfish. Jerkbaits catch bass that are … [Read More...]
Bob’s Machine Shop is pleased to announce the signing of Bassmaster Elite Series Pro, Brandon Card.
“I am very happy to be working with Bob’s Machine Shop because they are great people who make great products” said Card. “Ever since Randy Howell showed me his blue Action Series hydraulic plate, I knew I had to get a custom painted plate to match my Suzuki 250SS. Customizing boats is the big thing now. I want everything on my boat to match, … [Read More...]
By: Lynn Burkhead, OutdoorChannel.com
In the world of professional bass fishing, there are days that a bass pro will throw caution to the wind and play a hunch. All in an effort to move into the money, grab a final coveted spot in a crowded championship field or to even win the biggest tournament of their life.
But as surely as there are days when a pro will go for broke on when, where and how to fish, there are also things that an angler … [Read More...]
2015 will be my fourth year on the Bassmaster Elite Series, and every year around this time, I receive an awesome Christmas present: a Triton bass boat! It’s a fun time because I have a new “toy”, but also a busy time because I have to transform this new “toy” into a “bass catching machine.” Every year I learn new ways to trick out my boat. All the equipment on my Triton serves a valuable purpose and I try to think of everything that I will need … [Read More...]
Norris Lake is a deep, clear highland reservoir and the best fishing always happens on cloudy and windy days. This day started out pretty slow because the sun was out and there was no wind. Hoping to just catch a few small bass, my bother, friend, and I pulled up to a rocky point and started fan casting finesse jigs. As I slowly dragged my jig over the rocks, I felt a little bite. Thinking it was a small fish, I nonchalantly set the hook. … [Read More...]