Long worms, long bass

Long worms, long bass

By Drew Benton

You hear about long worms occasionally, but not nearly enough. They’re some of the best lures ever made when the water’s warm.They make for a slow and easy meal that a bass can pick up without a...

Our friend Glenn

Our friend Glenn

By Bernie Schultz

After more than 30 years of competing in B.A.S.S. tournaments, I’ve seen a lot of anglers come and go. Some I dig deep to remember, others I’ll never forget.Glenn Browne is one of those that will...

Why big bass get away

Why big bass get away

By John Crews

The short answer: Bass lures and most of the rest of our tackle are designed to catch 3- to 5-pound bass at best, and so are we. But that’s the big picture. Let’s take a closer look at the details....

Why bass bite plastics

Why bass bite plastics

By Mark Menendez

In this first column on why bass bite certain lures we’ll talk about plastics. In later columns we’ll look at crankbaits and topwater plugs. They’re all a little different in their attraction to...

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