We also thought this would be a good way for you to get to know us a little better. No, we're not television personalities; we're just regular guys like you who happen to love fishing and playing around with a lot of new toys. We also like catching fish, so we hope you'll enjoy the fishing fun and put some of the tips from our experts to work for you this season. And if that's not enough to start filling your livewell, check out the special bass package on page tk. When we sat down to plan the April issue, we asked ourselves: What are the two most important things every fisherman wants? Well, we all want to catch more fish, but we also want to make the most of our time on the water and fish in the most efficient way possible. Alan Clemons lays out a game plan that will help you dissect any lake you plan to fish to maximize your fishing time. Catching more fish is one thing, but there's a growing number of guys out there who just want to concentrate on taking bass 10 pounds and larger. This requires a whole new strategy (and tackle). You're not going to get many bites, but as our group of big-bass maniacs explains, the bites you do get are going to be worth the wait (and the effort). If you've ever wanted to target the biggest bass in your lake, this story is for you.