The final stop of the Polar Bear Opens by FishStyx custom Rods for 2020 was Sunday at Dukes Bridge and it produced a record number of teams (25) that came out to try their luck on this big fish factory.
The sun shined most of the day with the temperatures reaching around 50 degrees, winds under 10 mph and fish biting.
John Gipson and Justin Hahaj raked a 22-pound, 9-ounce limit of smallmouth from the no wake zone of the St. Joseph River at Benton Harbor to win the Southwest Michigan Fall Tournament last weekend.
The duo won $260 by fishing 7 to 18 feet of water around bait balls.
If you’ve ever Wacky Rigged to catch big bass, you won’t be surprised when you ice monster panfish with VMC’s new Mustache Jigs.
Featuring a pre-rigged egg sac with two tapering appendages, a Mustache Worm looks like a tiny Wacky Worm.
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - For just the third time in the event's storied history, the 2021 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic will be coming to Texas.
The eyes of Texas ó and the world ó will be watching March 19-21, 2021 as the Super Bowl of Professional Bass Fishing heads to Fort Worth with fishing taking place at Lake Ray Roberts in nearby Denton.
It will mark the first time Fort Worth will host the Bassmaster Classic, as well as the first time a major B.A.S.S. tournament has been held on this fishery.
"There are very few firsts in the world of sports," said Chase Anderson, Chairman of B.A.S.S. "We can't wait to have a historic first when fishing's biggest stage comes to Fort Worth. Our fans, sponsors and anglers are sure to be in for an incredible experience."