FLW Tour pro and former Bassmaster Classic champion has had a long fruitful professional fishing career thanks to his trusty flipping stick. He spent a few minutes with us down in Texas and gave his complete breakdown of fishing docks for bass. This is a great tutorial on how to approach docks, the importance of learning which docks produce best on a lake and much more in this informative fishing video.
Kistler Z-Bone LEXF Casting Rod:
Lew’s Tournament Pro Casting Reel:
Punisher Lures Jay Yelas J-Jig:
Yamamoto Large Flappin Hog:
From 1984, a documentary by Jerry Chiappetta for 3M Sportsman’s Series ‘Muskie Fishing Magic’. Featuring veteran Muskie guides and anglers like Babe Winkelman, Larry Ramsell, and Wayne Gutsch (RIP). Informative and entertaining, if a bit dated. Loved it when I was a kid. Interesting to see how much the sport has changed in 30 years. Enjoy! PS — I have no rights to this video, but it is hard to find.
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PAA pro Stacey King from Reeds Spring, Missouri shares with us the baits and tactics King used to fish shallow and deep to finish 6th in the Bass Pro Shops PAA Tournament Series event on Table Rock Lake in Branson, Missouri in early September 2013.
Here are the two best fish of a late summer day of bass fishing! I didn’t see the second one coming! I know it wasn’t the best landing job; but I was surprised, excited & it was only the 2nd Muskie I ever caught (my first was a baby!) We don’t catch Tiger Muskie’s too often in my area, but I now carry a boga grip and net 100% of the time just in case!