When we talked about my learning to fish a frog, what we were really talking about was a learning curve.
It's not exactly "new," and it's illegal in some states.
The words "fall turnover" conjure up lots of thoughts in the minds of bass anglers, almost none of them good. Fish kills, lock-jawed bass and epically tough fishing are just a few.
I’ve spent this week at the Texas Toyota Bass Classic on Lake Conroe, Texas, where some of the top anglers in the country have come together for a common cause. Sure, it’s a tournament, but it raises a lot of money for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for important conservation and youth projects.
Take your favorite soft jerkbait and favorite U-tail worm, splice them together and you’ve got the Uber Shad.
Teens handed out more than 400 combos, hats and shirts to residents of the devastated Joplin area.
This week we’re going to look at another open water option besides a jigging spoon.
Teenagers from Junior Bassmaster competition have qualified for the world’s biggest championship for youth.
These teens will compete for the top prize in youth bass fishing competition, Nov. 5, in a Louisiana bayou.
Chris Van Vliet, a four-time Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open angler, was recently named Cosmopolitan’s 2011 Bachelor of the Year.