Brent Chapman discusses his philosophy on an important tool in catching fish – line.
The new year is the perfect time to set goals to achieve and set a plan on how to reach those goals.
Last week I had the chance to accomplish one of the things I've always wanted to do, bow hunt an elk. I loaded up the truck and headed out to Arizona to join Elite Series angler Cliff Pirch for an elk hunt.
This week I have been in the process of preparing for my first elk hunt in Arizona in a few weeks. I will be headed out with fellow Elite Series pro Clifford Pirch.
An important weapon in your arsenal is the ability to change your tactics and one that has always served me well is going small when the bite is tough.
In 2012 I felt like I was swimming with the current, and in 2014 I was swimming against it.
I need to diversify my pre-fishing. Some of my worst events in 2014 came after my best practice days.
Overall the Delaware River was a positive experience. But it wasn't roses and sunshine, and I resent to being told to shut up about it.
For those of you who watched the The Bassmasters television show that covered BASSfest from Lake Chickamauga, you’ll have seen the KVD vs. Ike mini-confrontation. While I wasn’t involved, nor do I know all the details to comment on it directly, it did give me the idea for this column.
Shallow fish are much more predictable than deep fish. They are also easier to pattern.