I want to say a little more about how the fishing in Ohio, and generally around our country, has improved since I started fishing back when I was a kid several decades ago.
As professional anglers we travel thousands of miles on highways each year and hundreds of hours on the water. As a result we’ve developed some things that we do on a regular basis that helps to keep us safe. I want to take this week to share a few of them with you.
No one has ever enjoyed fishing tournaments as much as Charlie Hartley does, and I doubt that anyone ever will.
Since the end of my season I’ve been fishing local circuits here in the Columbus, Ohio area. One of them is Hoover Reservoir. It’s small, covering just 2,800 acres, but it’s an example of two things that I’ve been watching happen over the years.
The fall topwater bite can be one of the most exciting experiences of your fishing life if you keep a few things in mind. Let’s begin by looking at the differences between the spring topwater bite and the fall topwater bite.
The Lake Norman Open turned about as well as anyone could have hoped. The winner, Andy Montgomery, created a Classic spot for Cliff Prince. Both are Elite Series anglers.
I don’t know about the rest of the country but from Michigan on down through the Midwest the weather has been perfect for the past couple of weeks.
It’s fall. That means it’s time for my annual tribute to what might be the best time of all to be on the water trying to trick a creature that has a brain the size of a pea.
After its week in a time capsule, we unearth Charlie Hartley's column to marvel at the foreshadowing, irony, and what-might-have-beens ...
Skip Walden answers several common questions about being a Bassmaster Marshal.