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Rapala X-Rap Prop – Bernie Schultz

Danny Barker interviews Bernie Schultz on the new Rapala X-Rap Prop he helped design. What he calls an improved design of the old Florida favorite, the Devil Horse Prop bait. The X-Rap Prop marks the X-Rap family’s entrance into this productive category. Simply by adding X-Rap Attitude we have taken a good bait and made […]

Rules are rules: The late penalty

In competitive fishing, it’s what an angler can accomplish within a limited time period that counts. And in most cases, that’s about eight hours … provided conditions allow for it. Unfortunately, some days are shorter than others. Inclement weather — electrical storms, high winds, heavy fog and more — can severely limit the time we’re allowed. http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/rules-are-rules-late-penalty read more […]

Schultz: My other passion

When I’m not on the road competing in the Bassmaster Elite Series, there’s a good chance you’ll find me chasing fish along Florida’s coastline. http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/schultz-my-other-passion read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

Schultz: Vintage tackle auctions

Collectibles are auctioned around the world on a daily basis, and vintage fishing tackle occupies its own fascinating niche. Homepage Text:  Collectibles are auctioned around the world on a daily basis, and vintage fishing tackle occupies its own fascinating niche. Homepage Image:  Homepage Links:  Read more http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/schultz-vintage-tackle-auctions read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

Rules are rules: Snagged fish

Bernie Schultz talks about the “no-snag” rule, and how it affects our sport. Homepage Image:  Homepage Links:  Schultz's take http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/rules-are-rules-snagged-fish read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

Schultz: My friend Bert

I’d like to tell you about one of those people who had a major impact on my life and my career. http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/my-friend-bert read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

Tales from the trail

Have you ever had something happen — something so bizarre it was hard to imagine how it was even possible? Well, that's precisely what this column is about — a series of strange occurrences that some B.A.S.S. veterans experienced and agreed to share. I hope you enjoy them. An Instant Limit Have you ever caught a […]

It’s about time

At the Chesapeake, some Elite pros get it right http://www.bassmaster.com/node/add/article read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

Golf vs. NASCAR

A discussion about how professional bass fishing is evolving and more specifically, how we, the anglers, present ourselves. http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/golf-vs-nascar read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >

Fantasy: Go with grassers and grinders for Chesapeake

Pick pros who can flip grass, but mix in a sprinkling of river rats, dudes with the keels of their boats scraped up from getting into out-of-the-way guts they’ll have to themselves. http://www.bassmaster.com/news/fantasy-go-grassers-and-grinders-chesapeake read more Read More on BASSMASTER.com >