There's more to sight fishing than meets the eye. These tips can take you to the next level.
The next time you find yourself sharing water, try one of these tips to get more bites and catch more bass.
A few minutes now can save you lots of time and frustration on the water.
If you want to change the "later," you have to focus on the "now."
Don't get caught up too much in the latest and "greatest." When it comes to catching bass, the Texas rig and drop shot are still kings.
Everyone knows that spinnerbaits are great before the spawn, but the Natural breaks it down for you.
As our tournament season is about to kick off, I can't help but get excited. Late winter/early pre-spawn fishing can be the best fishing all year.
I never got to fish on my trip to Southern California. My mom and I actually headed to the lake and we weren't allowed to launch because of the quagga and zebra mussel inspections.
Not much has changed since last week’s blog so I thought I'd start off with a winter fishing tip. Call it a Christmas present from your buddy Aaron.
Visiting our families in Southern California is something we look forward to every year. Like many families around the world that elect to move away from family to be closer to work, we moved to Alabama to fish for a living.