UPCOMING EVENT: PHOENIX BASS FISHING LEAGUE - 2020 - Ohio River

Always Go Down Swinging

Always Go Down Swinging

Greg Bohannan's late father, Kenny, taught his sons to never take a third strike looking. "If you take the pitch and don't swing, you never give yourself a chance," he'd say. With that lesson in mind, Greg took his cuts at Lake Martin and gave himself a shot to win. Even though it didn't work out, he knows that at least he went down swinging. READ MORE »

Old Spice Renews FLW Sponsorship

Old Spice Renews FLW Sponsorship

MINNEAPOLIS – Fishing League Worldwide (FLW), the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, announced today a sponsorship extension with Procter & Gamble to continue to feature the Old Spice brand... READ MORE »

A Dirt-Simple Worm Rig for the Spawn

A Dirt-Simple Worm Rig for the Spawn

I love to power fish as much as the next guy, but around the spawn and the immediate postspawn, when I need to put fish in the boat, I often turn to a dirt-simple – and somewhat gaudy – finesse-worm rig that excels in shallow water. It’s easy to set up and skips like a dream, which could help you reach shallow bass around wood cover and docks that you might otherwise be missing. READ MORE »

FLW Freshens Up With Old Spice Sponsorship Deal

FLW Freshens Up With Old Spice Sponsorship Deal

MINNEAPOLIS (March 16, 2016) – FLW, the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, announced today a partnership with Proctor & Gamble to feature Old Spice, the quintessential men’s grooming brand. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed... READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

It seems like this cold winter isn’t going to leave anytime soon, but it’s not stopping the fish from biting – if you can stay out there with them. Cold temperatures affect the fishing performance of you and your tackle and there are a couple of things I do to keep things working properly. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

Umbrella rigs are really effective in the Ozark mountain lakes I routinely fish, especially in late fall through early spring. These lakes typically have standing timber in them and when you snag an umbrella rig you’re often faced with one of two possibilities – either you’re going to lose the whole rig or you’re going to waste a lot of fishing time trying to free it. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

Good sunglasses are valuable fishing tools. In low light they can help you spot obstacles under the water and at the surface when you’re running down the lake; and in bright sunlight they can help you see cover or fish. The Typhoon Mariner is my choice because it fits my face better and doesn’t let in much ambient light. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

When you’re fishing with spinning tackle, there are few things worse than being on fish and then having a big tangle of monofilament come off your reel when you cast to them. The best way I’ve found to avoid snarls is to stretch the monofilament once I’ve put new line on my reel and before I go fishing. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

Pro Tips Weekly: Greg Bohannan

I enjoy some of my best fishing around Christmas. When I think about fishing this time of the year, I think about rocks. READ MORE »