Clark Wendlandt and Garmin’s Brandon Brinkman fish Lake Amistad and hunt turkey in Bracketville, Texas while competing in the annual Yamaha Turkey Bass Smash.
Clark Wendlandt and Wade Middleton venture to a body of water that was almost dry recently but that has rebounded nicely. This will be both of their’s first trip ever to this body of water so you’ll see first hand how they dissect this lake. . Ivie, a lake that both have visited only a handful of times but also has big bass potential.
Clark Wendlandt meets up with Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Frank Talley on this highland lakes reservoir where they both share secrets on crankbait fishing in cold weather on Lake Whitney.
Clark Wendlandt shares the boat with his son-in-law and outdoorsman, Michael Wersig, on what is arguably one of the best little bass fishing lakes in the nation — Fayette County Reservoir!
Choke Canyon Reservoir. One of Clark’s very favorite places to fish. He’s had some really incredible days here. One with Wade where he caught a 12lber, Choke Canyon is one of those lakes in South Texas that is really cyclical. Sometimes it’s really good, sometimes it’s bad. We hear it’s on an upswing. Let’s go fishing!
As anglers when we drive down the road, everybody of water we see turns into this mental puzzle of how we think we could catch a bass. It doesn’t matter if it’s a giant lake or a little small pond. We love trying to figure it out.
Deepwater fishing in the summer is something we’d all like to get a little bit better at. In this show, we’re gonna talk about all facets of deep water fishing, from electronics to different baits and techniques that we can catch those fish a little bit better.
You know you’ve been cooped up all winter long. It’s been cold, it’s time to get out there and go fishing. Fishing in the pre-spawn is a time you can catch some giant fish. This show’s going to be all about fishing that pre-spawn time of year.
Topwater is everyones favorite way to fish! Watch as Host Clark Wendlandt catches some great fish on topwater.
A show on fishing vegetation throughout the year, from Winter to Fall – join Host Clark Wendlandt as he shares his knowledge.