Check out Bass Tank seminars at the Louisiana Sportsman Show in Gonzales

Chuck Devereaux will be giving casting demonstrations and providing proper lure techniques Friday – Sunday

If you’ve ever wondered how professional anglers make catching lunker bass look so easy, you’ll want to check out the Bass Tank at this year’s Louisiana Sportsman Show.

Experienced professionals will be on hand March 14-16 demonstrating their tried-and-true fishing techniques and showing off the products they can’t do without.

The 4,000-gallon tank is 45 feet long, and is perfect for teaching new tricks for building stringers of big bass.

You’ll get an up-close look at the finesse of drop-shotting plastic baits, how to make the most of throwing spinnerbaits and much more.

Chuck Devereaux, a Bassmaster tournament trail angler and the creator of Bass Tubs of Oklahoma, will be giving several presentations each day throughout the show. These seminars include casting demonstrations, tips on how to work certain lures and proper catch and release procedure.

“I’ll cover bass fishing from A to Z,” said Devereaux, adding that he’ll be bringing out a lot of new baits fishermen haven’t seen before, as well as a few old favorites.

Look for him to feature the Lews BB1 reel and Speed Stick rods, the Gary Yamamoto Senko, the Hawg Shad and Kick-S Shad from Fishbelly, the Jackall Bling 55 and the new Swing-Arm Swim Jig from Hart Tackle.

Experienced anglers and novices alike will benefit from seeing what gets the fish to bite. Not to mention that kids will get a kick out of watching the big tank in action.

Don’t forget to stop by and catch a seminar!