In this article, Stephen Headrick credits fishing a small lake, overlooked for the most part, as the place where he learned to fish and become a better smallmouth angler.
Ladies of the WBT Championship, you need to know just one thing, you are one cast from glory. Destiny rides on your line.
You heard it here first — this is not your average fishing seminar! Forget about the usual topwater presentations, talk about general Carolina rig techniques and knot-tying demonstrations. This one's about the newest, and previously undisclosed, tricks of the top professional bass anglers in America.
Read how Charles Sim and Nigel Touhey did something right when they culled a 5-pound fish Sept. 26 on Lake St. Francis near Lancaster, Ontario, Canada.
For most, they are the "great mystery fish" in bass fishing. They spend the summer in the open lake, suspended at mid-depths and trailing schools of shad like hungry wolves following lambs
The dynamic under the water is changing as fast as the leaves above. Baitfish are now at the top of the bass' menu, so you'd be wise to throw a bait to match.
In all of bass fishing, I don't think there's a more misunderstood technique than the one we describe as "finesse fishing. "
Alton Jones talks about why you should fish in the shallows.
Kevin VanDam talks about why you should try deep crankin'.
John Crews has gotten over all of them except one, and this one was in a tournament on Lake Murray with another national circuit back in 2004.