Squarebill Crankbaits : A Beginner’s Guide

Since Kevin VanDam won the 2011 Bassmaster Classic in New Orleans, the popularity of squarebill crankbaits has been on the rise. If you’ve never really used one, it might seem like a very targeted approach with their limited depth and potentially limited applications. For me, that hasn’t been the case at all. I want to dispell some myths and shorten the learning Continue Reading

Deep Cranking with No Anchor

Contributed by Craig Dye, Wilderness Systems Pro Staff When most think of chunking big deep diving crankbaits from a kayak they think of using an anchor. I personally have never liked using anchors when kayak bass fishing. I know some live and die by it but I just don’t like the time it takes to drop one and pull it Continue Reading

Swinging for the Fences in a Tourney

Today CREW member Chris Coufal gives us his tournament recap for the Lake Travis Event in Texas.  Written by Chris Coufal Someone once said “don’t be afraid to swing and miss….because without swinging, you can’t hit a home run“. My plan was to fish water that I knew wasn’t going to receive the added pressure of all the local traffic Continue Reading

Kayak Crankin' with Efficiency

When it comes to fishing tournaments from a single launch with 30 other anglers, or not having the option to run 10 miles up lake to another spot, throwing a crankbait is the most efficient and productive way to find bass from a kayak.  Crankbaits allow depths from 6 inches down to 25 feet to be fished quickly and efficiently.  Continue Reading

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