Bass fishing is about making adjustments to various conditions that confront an angler throughout the day.
With the spawning season fading throughout most of the Southern states, heavy rains and flooding conditions have opened a different set of opportunities for anglers.
The trip to this week’s Sacramento River Elite event serves as a reminder of what fellow Elite Anglers who live out here must endure.
There are times when knowing a lot about a lake can work to your advantage, but there are others when it can work against you.
I fished my first tournament at Lake Guntersville in 1989, and I’ve seen it at its best and at its worst.
I’m looking forward to next week’s Guntersville event. Without question, Guntersville is one of the best lakes on the Tennessee River and ranks among the country’s premier bass lakes.
As tough as fishing was, there were a lot of good things going on in Orange, Texas, during the Elite week.
The leaderboard shows just how good these Elite guys are. The fish aren’t huge but limits are still being caught.
The buzzbait technique is one I keep in the back of my mind, especially when fishing early spring on lakes that are beginning to warm up.
Water temperature on the Tennessee River System, which includes several of my favorite lakes, is hovering around the 40-degree mark.