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  • Power-Pole Micro Anchor Best Catches Video HD

    Power-Pole Micro Anchor Best Catches Video HD

    The latest compilation of some Epic fish catches using the Power-Pole Micro Anchor. Fresh and Saltwater, sweet slow motion and the Power-Pole Micro Anchor in action.

  • The next wave of Power-Pole dominance is ready to hit the water.

    The next wave of Power-Pole dominance is ready to hit the water.

    Power-Pole continues to lead the way with innovative upgrades to an already superior hydraulic anchor collection. Newly designed pumps and remotes driven by state-of-the-art technology for lightning-fast response offer improved performance.

  • What are those things on the back of your boat??? Power-Poles explained

    What are those things on the back of your boat??? Power-Poles explained

    "What are those things on the back of your boat?" It's the #1 question I get at gas stations and parking lots across the country. This quick video explains what Power Poles are and why most serious bass fishermen have them on our boats. You can find out more about Power-Pole shallow water anchors at

  • Shallow Water Anchoring | Power-Pole with Ken Mah

    Shallow Water Anchoring | Power-Pole with Ken Mah

    Ken Mah with the Wild West Bass Trail tells you why he runs Power Pole Shallow Water anchors.

  • Flippin Sticks and Heavy Cover out of an Aluminum Jon Boat using the Power-Pole Micro Anchor

    Flippin Sticks and Heavy Cover out of an Aluminum Jon Boat using the Power-Pole Micro Anchor

    Spent a couple hours flipping stick ups and heavy cover for Big Bass out of an Aluminum Jon Boat. We used the Power-Pole Micro Anchor to keep us off the cover and worked every inch of the area without drifting past the fish.

  • Zaldain’s Sight Fishing Approach

    Zaldain’s Sight Fishing Approach

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    Once you pull up on a fish, it is best to put your Poles down and then wait maybe 20 to 30 seconds before casting or even before you grab your rod. This lets the fish get used to the boat sitting there and makes sure that they don’t notice any sudden movements.

  • Westernbass Magazine, Spring 2016

    Westernbass Magazine, Spring 2016

    I am certainly ready for a new season of bassin’ and hope you are too. I’ve been excited to kick off the year with coverage of the International Sports Shows in Sacramento and Scottsdale as well as the Fred Hall show. Stay tuned for upcoming tank seminars on WesternBassTV, if you missed the shows. This year, WesternBass was excited to bring site users video clips from our western anglers at the Bassmaster Classic. I will be watching and cheering them on throughout the year. I would like to congratulate Lowrance pro Edwin Evers for his outstanding win at Grand Lake for the Classic championship – 29 pounds! Wow! I would to like remind anglers that WesternBass offers many features on the site to make tournament planning easy. Under the Interactive tab, we have the Tournament Calendar and Special Events with Digital Guides for all of the Wild West Bass Trail events. Under the Delta tab, you will find moon phases, weather, water temps and tide charts to help plan a fun and productive day on the tidal water. Lastly, I want to thank all of you for your support of the site and the magazine. It is because of you and our sponsors that WesternBass is the place where fishermen talk. Wayne

  • Power-Pole Continues Supporting Sponsor Role With B.A.S.S.

    Power-Pole Continues Supporting Sponsor Role With B.A.S.S.

    JL Marine Systems, Inc., the Florida-based manufacturer of the Power-Pole® brand of shallow water anchors, has inked a deal to sponsor B.A.S.S. tournaments for 2016.

  • Power-Pole® Continues Support of Collegiate Bass Fishing Series

    Power-Pole® Continues Support of Collegiate Bass Fishing Series

    As the 2016 semester is underway, the Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series fast approaching, the Association of College Anglers announced that Power-Pole ®shallow water anchors will continue to support the series and will offer a 20% rebate to all collegiate anglers.

  • Bass Pro Shops Drift Anchor Controls Boat Speed

    Bass Pro Shops Drift Anchor Controls Boat Speed

    One of the most important factors for consistently catching fish is boat control. When you're at the mercy of the wind, presenting a lure at the right speed and depth can be a challenge whether you're trolling, casting or drifting the hot bite. An affordable solution for controlling boat speed so you can stay on fish is Bass Pro Shops Extreme Drift Anchor. The idea of a drift anchor is pretty straight forward. As your boat is pushed across the water by the wind, deploying a drift anchor slows you down; much like a parachute keeps someone from gaining too much speed when they jump from an airplane. Place the drift anchor in the right position on the boat, and you can achieve a completely horizontal drift. That way everyone onboard gets an equal shot.