Here’s how one Elite rookie made it to the big-time

James Overstreet How many pre-teens get to practice for the Classic with a legendary pro? Jacob Powroznik did! By John Neporadny Jr. Apr 8, 2014 Editor’s Note: This profile on 2014 Elite Series rookie Jacob Powroznik was written prior to his win at the Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at Toledo Bend . The opportunity Read more about Here’s how one Elite rookie made it to the big-time[…]

Powroznik, Riding Momentum

Priority Toyota pro Jacob Powroznik fought off fierce competition in the second Bassmaster Northern Open of the year to clinch a solid third place finish on Lake Oneida.  He finished the tournament with 48.6 lbs. averaging an impressive 16 lbs. each day of the tournament. Powroznik found his success by targeting schooling smallmouth bass that Read more about Powroznik, Riding Momentum[…]

Decisions, Decisions

(As posted on There is no substitute for time on the water, the more time you spend catching bass the better you will get at it. That’s a fact we should all agree on, but what about when you spend a couple days figuring the perfect pattern to only show up on tournament day and find your fish have vanished?


That’s when time on the water and making good decisions come into play. The most common mistake I see fishermen make on the water is not being able to change, we have heard it said and said it ourselves “ I smoked’em yesterday.” It’s very important to look at every day as a new one and not get stuck in the past, I always pay attention to the weather, it’s the biggest factor that can affect the way fish bite. Has the water level changed? Is there current? How about the water color?  These are just a few factors that can turn a great practice into a bad tournament in a hurry. […]