Fishing trips and a monthly flow of Bassmaster Magazine made one angler want to chase a career in fishing.
The bass still eat, and they eat what they did when the water was warm. They can’t order from a menu.
When fishing pressure is intense, reducing size and going topside can be the right call.
The attractive action matched with reduced chances of fish throwing the hooks, the Sugar Buzz deserves a spot in your arsenal.
The right headlamp makes accomplishing low-light tasks a snap.
Aaron Martens has a very specific rod he prefers for pulling frogs through the slop. And, it's not what you think.
Davy Hite shows that, when you spend your livelihood in the outdoors – deer hunting, bass fishing, duck hunting – you always need to stay keyed in to environmental changes.
Iaconelli puts hair jigs into three groups — micro or mini, standard sizes, and big, ledge-buster types.
Start 2016 with a bang by updating your hard bait selection. Fill your tackle box with the latest innovations that wiggle, rattle and dive.
If you're a pro angler in search of the big accolades — AOY titles and Classic championships — you're most likely to do it between the ages of 35 and 45.