Most of us have seen the footage of Mike Iaconneli winning the Bassmaster Classic, well here’s the footage of the guy who won the title the year after Ike, Takahiro Omori, who incidentally is the first Japanese angler to win the classic. This is a great clip and how much this meant to Tak is clearly evident. It’s awesome.
Want to be wowed when it comes to a tow vehicle for you bass boat than check out Brandon’s Beast. It and its light will impress.
A great episode by the same guys that did the grouper vid that I put up a couple of weeks ago. In this one they chase largemouth and peacock bass in some great looking water. Nice crisp production values in this, check it out.
Known for his superb rapid-fire casting skills with absolute accuracy, Toshinari Namiki is no stranger to lure anglers all over the world. Fish On! Magazine catches up with Mr Namiki at the recent Thailand International Tackle Show 2013 for a glimpse into the world of one of the best Japanese bass anglers of all time.
Click here for the interview and make sure you take a look at the clip below to see how kick arse he is when it comes to casting.
I found this great piece on the Bassmaster website on Aaron Martens. Check it out, it gives an insight into one of the most unique anglers fishing the Elite Series. Click here.
Featuring the same level of design and pedigree as its big brother the new 60mm Double Clutch is sure to become a hit on the tournament trailer, especially in Tasmania where the 75mm version has reached legend status, and the need for something a little smaller is quite often needed.
If you watch the Bassmaster programs you’ll familiar with this set and its hosts Tommy Sanders and Mark Zona, check out their take on the Harlem Shake.
James Overstreet is the premier photographer when it comes to shooting tournaments. He’s the main man when it comes to covering The Elite Series. Check out this clip, it’s one of the best that I’ve ever seen.
Mike Iaconelli went bush in the first Elite Series event on the Sabine River. He lost control of the boat and speared it up a bank. After getting the boat pulled back into the water he drove off to keep fishing.
We largely speculate on what fish see when it comes to our lures. Wonder no longer, check out this underwater footage of bass eating plastics skipped in under pontoons.
Skipping docks isn’t something that we generally need to do when bass fishing in Australia. It’s more a bream fishing thing really.
The skill of being able to skip cast shouldn’t be dismissed though, it’ll serve you well at times when no other cast will get your lure in certain spots. It’s one of my go-to options when fish tight creeks for sooties.
If you haven’t mastered it I recommend that you do. You’ll be a more versatile angler, plus it’s a lot of fun.
While learning to do it with a spin rod can be easy to do, mastering the art with bait caster tackle can take a lot longer. Check out Bryan Thrift as he shows us how to go the baitcaster option.