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Angler's POV - The Angler's point of view:

Submit your best Bass fishing related how-to guide, tip or story. Topics should be under the following categories: Tips, techniques, travel, boating, camping, fishing, tournaments or any other Bass Fishing-related activities. It's YOUR point of view,.. The Bass Angler.

Bass are Chompin and the Surf’s Up

What! Surf Expo Product Reviews: Had the pleasure of working the Surf Expo for one of my friends Kent Hickman and Lori Gosewisch of Gillz Performance Apparel recently. What could an event like this have to do with fishing? Well as I found out a lot more than you think. Here’s a list of companies […]

The Unreserved Table – Bassmaster Classic 2017

Traveling from Florida to Texas in the “BASS On” Monster Truck owned by my friend David Partridge was a trip in and of itself, Flying down 1-10 West the 9-hour drive went by fast, talk about getting check out by everyone WOW! Arrived at the hotel around 7 pm central had dinner then straight to […]

Why rush to the front co-angler?

Angler Point of View: I’ve been fishing as a Co-Angler now for about 7 years and I’ve observed what I consider to be a HUGE opportunity being missed by a lot of anglers,.. Signing up with experienced travel/practice partners and fishing as a Co-Angler. I’ve been fishing since I was a little kid but really […]

Columbia River in Transition – Bass Fishing Late Summer/Early Fall

Daytime temperatures all along the course of the Columbia River remain constant going into late summer.  Mid nineties on the east side of the Cascades and mid 70s and low 80s on the west side with the Pacific marine influence.  What were noticeable were the crisp early morning temperatures and the sunrise that’s an hour […]

Fishing Motivation with Brandon Palaniuk

Video produced by Brandon Palaniuk GREAT VIDEO! Your doing some cool stuff with the GoPro’s. What do you desire? What makes you itch? What sort of a situation would you like? Let’s suppose, I do this often in vocational guidance of students, they come to me and say, well, “we’re getting out of college and […]

Junk mat pattern on the Kissimmee Chain with Mikeybalzzfishing

Mikeybalzzfishing – “Worked on this off and on for about 4 months. Not a giant fish fiesta but really tried to break down a junk mat pattern on the Kissimmee Chain during a tough period on the lake. If you like it SHARE it up.” Baits: D&M Custom Baits Big Mama and a Gambler BB […]

How tough is a GoPro Camera

How about 70′ for 8 months at Lake Oroville starting in January 2013! The in’s and out’s of the world of tournament bass fishing are often misunderstood by those who don’t live with-in its borders. It is commonly thought to be a boring, slow-paced sport, only to be surpassed by golf. Or a ‘sport’ where […]

Challenge Yourself, Rookie

With the wide array of tournament circuits here in California, and throughout the country, the rise of the “Rookie” style format seems to have grown into a life of its own. These tournament formats came to life nearly 10 years ago for many reasons but mainly because of the downturn of the nation’s economy. These […]

Youth Bass Fishing Tournament

The difference a year can make. A hot humid August afternoon at DeGrey Lake in Arkansas 2011.  Fifty miles away on Lake Ouachita the FLW pros were battling it out trying to reel in a hot Scott Martin at the Forrest Wood Cup.  The National Guard Junior World Championship – a side-show maybe?  Not for […]

Bass Tournament Angler – Going The Next Step With Your Sponsors

Sponsors. Once You Got Em, Keep Em! The end of January here in the Midwest means several things, 1) it’s still cold as heck, my yard is still white and the lakes are still hard 2) I’ve tinkered and reorganized my tackle ten times by now and 3) the spring fishing trade show/seminar schedule is […]