When a lot of anglers think of wintertime fishing, they think there are just a very few ways you can catch bass. But that's not exactly true
It's been more than a year since I first revealed one of my favorite secret techniques for catching smallmouth bass in cold weather.If you're a regular reader of "Think Smallie," you know that I love jig fishing
When I'm smallmouth fishing in cold weather, you'll almost always see me using a shad imitation rather than a crawfish imitation. The reason is simple. Bass feed a lot more on shad when the water's cold than they do on crawfish.
First of all, we should cover the best time of year to use the float-and-fly. After years and years of using the method, I've determined that it works best whenever the water temperature is below 55 degrees.
It's getting to be that time of year — the time of year when I get asked lots of questions about float-and-fly fishing.
We live in an era of specialization. You can't buy much of anything anymore that isn't specially geared to a very particular purpose.
In this article, Stephen Headrick talks about how all of us — every one — needed help in getting started with our smallmouth fishing and that smallmouth anglers are made, not born.
In this article, you can read Stephen Headrick's advice about where and when to fish samllmouth bass with a Carolina rig.
In this article, Stephen Headrick credits fishing a small lake, overlooked for the most part, as the place where he learned to fish and become a better smallmouth angler.
Night fishing tips from the Smallmouth Guru Stephen Headrick