I know a bunch of y’all are obsessed with whitetails right now. Nothing wrong with that, but I gotta tell ya, November may just be ‘the perfect month’ for bass fishing.
How can you not love October bass fishing? In my opinion, it’s the kick-off to the best bass fishing of the year.
I’ve caught more big bass shallow on a floating frog than any other lure. Period. And September is a
I’ll be real honest; I can’t imagine what my life would be like without organized college bass fishing.
Plastic worms may very well be the most popular and proven bass fishing lure of all time, especially in warmer weather.
It’s time to look for bass on the ledges. By “ledges,” I’m referring to those underwater haunts where a shallow flat falls off into the much deeper old river channel or primary creek channel.
I realize that May means the heart of baseball season and an end to the school year for most people, but for me, May means the shad are spawning.
Last week, I attended a media outing on Table Rock Lake, Mo., at Big Cedar Lodge. I was invited by Carhartt to represent their company during the media functions.
Jordan Lee offers bass fishing tips for when water temperatures hover in the 45- to 55-degree range.
This week is sorta like a movie. Except it’s real. Right here on the lake where I first started dreaming of a career as a tournament bass angler - Lake Guntersville.