With all of the technology that’s out there geared towards bass anglers, along changes and improvements being made, it’s really difficult to keep up with everything! Do you need the latest flashy bells and whistles? What works best and what do you need to be the most effective angler? ANGLR’s Bass Fishing Technology: The Most […]
About Shaye Baker
Shaye Baker started fishing with his dad in Alabama as soon as they could find a life jacket small enough to fit him. Competing with his father in local tournaments, Shaye quickly found a hunger for competitive bass fishing. He furthered his fishing career at Auburn University helping to establish the Auburn University Bass Fishing Club. While at Auburn, Shaye served as the President of the club and qualified to fish on the traveling team amassing six Top 5 finishes including two 3rd place finishes in consecutive FLW College Fishing National Championships. While beginning to dabble in the world of outdoor journalism, Shaye continued to fish semi-pro events finishing in the Top 5 in the Bassmaster Opens, FLW Costa Series and BFLs. Finding himself at a crossroads, Shaye chose to put down the rod and pick up the pen and camera to focus on his career in outdoor journalism. Shaye has had work featured in Bassmaster Magazine, FLW Outdoors Magazine, B.A.S.S.Times and the Japanese bass fishing magazine Basser. Shaye has also had work featured on ESPN and Wired2Fish.com, FLWfishing.com and Bassmaster.com. While working with B.A.S.S., Shaye initiated and spearheaded their GoPro division which brought more video coverage to the fans than had ever been done before in competitive fishing. After his tenure with some of the best companies in the business, Shaye identified a need for competitive fishing where participation didn’t cost a fortune. By founding UPLOADED, the Online Fishing Series, Shaye established a free tournament series where anglers could film their fish catches and upload their videos to compete against other anglers for prizes.
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Brandon Palaniuk is nothing if not a student of the game of bass fishing. As you’ll find with most anglers at the top of their game, he has a desire to learn and incorporate every style of fishing into his repertoire, even big swimbaits. Hardcore tournament fisherman aren’t usually hardcore big bait fisherman. But Palaniuk […]
One of the most effective ways to land bass is by frog fishing. But there are so many different types, styles, and techniques, it may be a bit overwhelming. ANGLR Expert Shaye Baker breaks it all down for you in ANGLR’s next installment of our ever-expanding Resource Center, the place to go for everything you […]
Featured Image Credit: BASS/Ronnie Moore The 2018 college fishing season is one ANGLR Experts Cody Huff and Garrett Enders will look back on fondly for years to come, though it nearly wasn’t. Huff and Enders comprise a two-man fishing team that represents Bethel University’s Bass Team. At the end of May, the duo set out on […]
Flipping jigs in Florida is a little different than anywhere else. For starters, you’re fishing in nasty cover for monster bass. So the jig you’re flipping needs to be a hoss. A big hook, double weedguard, heavyweight hoss. The one I use is made by a guy by the name of Joe Medlock down in […]
Fishing a shallow square bill crankbait around wood in the wintertime is one of the best ways to break down cold, shallow water. As water temps drop into the forties, the bite slows drastically and a lot of anglers put down their power-fishing gear and abandon shallow water altogether. Contrary to popular belief, bass stay […]
For some new anglers, using chatterbaits may seem a bit difficult. There are certain techniques involved, right? If you’ve ever considered trying one but felt that you weren’t really sure which one to choose, or that you didn’t really know how to get it going just right and what technique to use, you’re not alone. For […]
Wintertime cranking is one of those things most people don’t really want to do, but you still need to know how to do. That being said, a few people love it. But even taking myself, for instance, it’s not my favorite. First off, it works best in the coldest, most miserable conditions and the bite […]
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