Just imagine, you pull up on a boat ramp on Lake Erie and discover a large map of the lake that has enough shaded blocks to play checkers. Those shaded blocks represent areas closed to fishing, and your favorite rockpile — that you've been daydreaming about dragging a tube over for the last month — is under one of those blocks.
This weekend I'll be at the Strike King media event in Tennessee. We — pro staff, writers and company officials — all get together for a few days for interviews, photos, film and whatever else comes to mind. We hold it at Blue Bank Resort on Reelfoot Lake. The facilities are great and the hospitality and food are even better than that.
In this article, you can read how Pam Martin-Wells and Judy Wong shared a fishing spot for three days at the Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Women's Tour Championship on Louisiana's Cypress Black Bayou Lake and split the trophies and titles.
We are all children, posing as adults. Folks, it's not about the WHAT in our life, it's about the WHO in our life. Who, is what makes you.
Read how heading into the final day, Judy Wong produced almost matching bags for a leading weight of 30 pounds, 13 ounces.
In this article, you can read how Judy Wong took the lead on the first day of The Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Women's Tour Championship in Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana.
In this article, Stephen Headrick talks about how all of us — every one — needed help in getting started with our smallmouth fishing and that smallmouth anglers are made, not born.
Pete Gluszek here. Becky and Ike are on their honeymoon, so I'm going to fill in for him this week and tell you all about the wedding.
The Red River is now vanilla latte brown. I am ten floors above it, but still moved.
When she pulled into Shreveport-Bossier City, La., to scout the Red River for the Oct. 16-18 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Women's Tour Championship, Laura Gober found out that everybody else already had been there, some since the (Sept. 10-12) Tennessee tournament.