In the coldest of weather, an armada of boats loaded with anglers dressed like Nanook of the North float together and bounce sauger jigs off the bottom trying to catch a Sauger.
Mike Reed talks about when he likes to use a football jig.
Mike McClelland gives you tips on fishing a football jig.
Too often we (professionals) convey the idea that you have to have a lot of fancy — and expensive — tackle to catch bass.
Ken Cook, a former fisheries biologist and a Bassmaster Classic champion tells us about crawfish and crawfish lures.
Elite Series pro Greg Hackney goes hunting after a long fishing season.
In this edition of 'Ask the B.A.S.S. Biologist,' Chris Horton answers viewer questions about conservation ideas for bass clubs and why two lakes in the same river chain can have such different qualities of fishing.
Dave Wolak's giant bass that got away at Lake Amistad.
One of the first lessons I ever learned about bass fishing is that bass can and will change temperaments very quickly and unexpectedly.
One lure, the plastic French fry, often gets overlooked when we talk about finesse fishing, but believe me, this bait has some amazing potential when you rig it a certain way and start casting it with a spinning rod and light fluorocarbon line.