Come listen to summer bass tips from Tom Wolverton at The Bass College. ESPN Radio 97.3 FM.
ABT Alabama Rig is legal in every state where they allow even 2 hoooks.
Please Note: Baits and jigheads not included. Paddle tail behind head is also not included.
Allen Borden and ABT have done it again. Former Strike King lure designer and creator of the King Shad has taken umbrella rig fishing to a whole new level. Unlike any other, the ABT Lures Multi-Rig System gives you the unique ability to modify, adjust and create a multitude of configurations to fit any fishing condition. Each ABT Multi-Rig features a patented screw lock swimming head with removable wire harness. This allows you to easily change your wire configurations from as few as two wires, up to a maximum six. It also allows you to change wire lengths from 3.5” to 6.5” (with the ABT Lures Multi-Rig Accessory Kit). In addition, the patented polycarbonate/abs head features a barbed bait keeper making it super easy to attach or change out your favorite matching swimbait or grub tail.
Each ABT Multi-Rig comes standard with five, 5.5-inch high strength .47 stainless wires in an adjustable configuration, which provides worry-free performance when throwing larger/heavier baits and fighting multiple big fish. Various weighted teaser & wire replacement accessory packs are also available, making the ABT Lures Multi-Rig System clearly superior to any other umbrella rig system on the market.
All the original WORDPRESS sites have now been merged into one major website called THE BASS COLLEGE and is located at http://thebasscollege.com Featuring videos, tackle, forums,live help, tournaments, articles and more including free baits with all Tackle Warehouse orders. The owners and staff are experts on the Potomac river and upper bay, and can help with any questions.
We have tournament grade tackle on sale now that is catching giant bass on the Potomac and other Chesapeake Bay rivers. We offer major discounts and free shipping. Stop by today and check it out. We have live help on the Potomac in our forums.
This is just a small sample of the videos and tips offered at the new main website for trophy bass fishing. Tournament grade tackle at discounts available with free shipping and live help in the forums.
This site brings you the best information available on trophy and world record largemouth bass fishing worldwide.The site centers on northeast trophy bass fishing featuring the Potomac, Sassafras, and all upper Chesapeake Bay rivers. You will find the bass fishing tackle used by trophy bass hunters like Mike Long, Bill Siemantel, Manabu Kurita, and Jed Dickerson, as well some of the best professional anglers and guides. You will find expert help in our forums and get live help from the staff on all Delaware and Maryland lakes, ponds, and rivers. There is information that will help the beginner or novice anglers with bass fishing basics and there are more advanced articles and tactics for the trophy hunters and tournament anglers. We have pros and guides and members with more than 45 years experience on the Potomac and Upper Bay ready to help. You will find informative articles on all types of techniques in the articles section and in the forums, many with video enhancements. We offer Tournament winning tips for these locations. we are affiliated with Tackle Warehouse, Assassinator Baits, FACULTY OF FISHING, LP CUSTOM JIGS, PIZZ CUSTOM BAITS, GRANDEBASS TROPHY HUNTER BAITS, and give free baits with all Tackle Warehouse orders. Visit the forums for details> Register in the forums for full access.
We are offering help with tournament fishing on the Potomac River and all Upper Chesapeake Bay Rivers at our main site in the forums for free. Now that we have retired from full time tournament fishing and guiding on the Potomac we are offering other anglers the chance to win and to catch more and bigger bass on all the rivers. Just register in the forums for complete access and live help almost 18 hours a day, seven days a week! Professional anglers, former guides, tackle manufacturers and dealers, and other tournament anglers not fishing the Potomac now will assist you.