Bass Knuckles supports the industry

Posted by knuckles on January 8, 2013

Photo_60.jpgHere at Bass Knuckles we do our best  to support the industry. We look to help grow an strengthen the industry as a whole. Please join us as we support many companies . There are many tackle retailers that have been hit hard last few years, are support is needed more than ever. Fishing has become something more than just a sport to us. It's a way of life. Let's stand together and keep are industry strong. 


I'm a fisherman not a writer. Jacob

Knuckles Sighting

Posted by knuckles on January 3, 2013

Last night was the first meeting of 2013 for the Spokane Bass Club.  Bassmaster Elite pro Brandon Palaniuk stopped by to talk to the club and show off some new products.  Also on hand was Bass Knuckles Pro Staff member Travis Gardner. He wore his gear and gave out stickers and catalogs to the club members.


Daniel Kush in the ice

Posted by knuckles on December 28, 2012

155869_10152397208555644_2086928876_n.jpgVery cool Picture of Daniel Kush. This picture says a thousand words. This is a taste of what Bassknuckles is all about. 

Thank you for all your support !

Posted by knuckles on December 28, 2012


We want to thank all you, for all the support. We started the company almost one year to date. We have made so many new friends. We look forward to the new year. We will continue to put all are effort, into bringing the industry a new line of apparel that meets all fisherman needs on or off the water. Can't thank are supporters enough. We value every single one of you!  HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!

Bobby Martinez slams SCI

Posted by knuckles on December 27, 2012

224862_470774316312957_749998637_n.jpgBobby had a heck of a day at SCI. The long drive to SCI can be tough sometimes , but way worth the time & cost to get there. When you know the Island is getting close you can't help to get excited! Bobby is always on the hunt for big fish, and willing to travel the distance to get them. Nice fish Bobby.

I'm not a writer.I'm a fisherman.


Fishing is a sickness

Posted by knuckles on December 26, 2012


You've checked your alarm clock more times than you can remember. Your tackle is immaculate: fresh line,dull hooks replaced or sharpen,and all the baits are neatly stored in their specific place. While getting everything ready your coffee your dinning table is covered in spools of line, baits, reels, and tackle boxes. You think about your plan off attack, what you'll fish first, what areas to target. It's almost like Christmas Eve. That's how i feel every time I'm getting ready to go out and fish. The anticipation almost kills me. I check and recheck weather reports. I browse for historic reports if the water is new to me .Sleep is usually hard to come by. As I lay down all images of striper and large mouth crushing topwater baits flash through my head. I can feel the cool spray coming off the reel as I cast. I feel the hard thump of a fish inhaling swimbaits. The rock solid feeling of a big bass pulling back as you set the hook and doesn't budge a inch. It's what I dream about until I put on my Bass Knuckles hat and walk out the door.   Andrew Swain


Posted by admin on December 26, 2012


Let me start out with a big '' THANKS '' to Scott Pethtel & Mike Lane for the trip to San Clemete Island. Fishing with these two charters was a blast ! They put a buzz in the air that makes you want to fish hard as you can . They reminded me how fishing truly should be . Lot's of excitement watching them call there bites 3,2,1 bam !! Screaming in excitement while a giant Calico blows up on there weedless .These two mange to put a 31+ Bag in some tuff conditions. It was truly a trip Chris an I won't forget. O yeah. The ride home was unbelievable, we average 48 knots, talk about a treat after a sun up to sun down trip. Thank you for the day on the water.  p.s I'm a fisherman not a writer.