There’s no doubt that Power-Pole products aid anglers in all facets of positioning and anchoring for the ultimate advantage to putting fish in the box. What many boaters don’t realize is that Power-Pole shallow water anchor applications aren’t just limited to fishermen, but can be utilized on pontoon boats to facilitate maximum fun. “One of the main advantages of
Ever have that sinking feeling? You know the one you had on windy days before you had a Power-Pole Shallow Water Anchor on your boat. Remember drifting into that big school of redfish or past that favorite patch of lily pads full of big bass. Make sure you are ready for that perfect shot! Instead of blaming
As Fishing League Worldwide Walleye Tour Champion, walleye pro and host of the “The Next Bite,” Chase Parsons is no stranger to implementing the use of a Power-Pole Drift Paddle on his boat. “The main benefit of the Power-Pole Drift Paddle is that it effectively replaces a drift sock,” says Parsons. “Drift socks are a pain to deploy, never set
Coming fresh off a first-place win at the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Eastern Open, Bobby Lane is primed to give the Bassmaster Classic all he’s got. “I’m bringing 100 percent momentum into the Classic,” he says. “My usual goal is to win one event a year, and we got that behind us. Now I can set the goal to
Capt. Richardson had major success fishing in regional tournaments in the 80’s and 90’s and went on to compete in national tournaments, traveling from the North Carolina coastline to Texas. Along the way, he honed his skills with localized techniques he perfected across the country and brought them back to his guiding business in Tampa,
Chris Lane has been a veteran to Power-Pole shallow water anchors for 12 years now and he continues to proudly sport our anchors on the back of his bass boat – in his signature orange, of course. Professionally angling since 2000, Chris Lane travels throughout the United States participating in tournaments like the Bassmaster Elite Series and B.A.S.S.
When it comes to fishing, it’s all about capitalizing on opportunities and making the most of your time on the water. Whether you fish professionally or as a personal hobby, one thing we can all agree on – your equipment should be optimized to give you the best chance of having a successful day on