This is a good time of the year to talk about taking advantage of a winter bass bite.
This is the time of year when we should all be thinking about the things we’re thankful for in our lives. I do that every year, not out of habit or duty, but because I think we should all take stock of what’s good with us and with those we love and care about.
So the deal is that there’ll be 11 tournaments in the Alabama Bass Trail. Five will be in the Northern Division and five will be in the Southern Division. At the end of the season there’ll be a championship tournament.
Chris talks about the 2014 Bassmaster Classic coming up on his home lake.
The Guntersville Wildcats won their playoff games. The big one — the Super Bowl — will be this Saturday.
Thanks to some great work by the local police and the lake police, Cal’s boat was found on a sandbar at the upper end of the lake.
I spent part of today sitting in the car thinking about some things that have happened recently that are bothering me. I’m referring to crime and how it impacts the fishing community.
There’s a front moving through Guntersville today. I’m thinking this is the official start of the bass fishing's fall feeding frenzy almost everywhere.
Facebook fan Steve Hendrix asked me for tips on fishing super clear, cold water mountain lakes that have very little cover in them and that fluctuate 20 to 30 feet each year. Here goes...
Grass, or more generally vegetation, is the lifeblood of a lake or river as far as fishing is concerned.