In this episode of the Bass Insider, Dave Wolak, gives pointers on how to swim a jig in the riprap.
I fished and filmed in downtown Milwaukee a couple of weeks ago. We were fishing for brown trout. The weather was mild, we had a good time, caught a lot of fish and I reaffirmed a lesson that I've known for some time.
It's been more than a year since I first revealed one of my favorite secret techniques for catching smallmouth bass in cold weather.If you're a regular reader of "Think Smallie," you know that I love jig fishing
Every angler has a rod and reel that just seems to catch more fish than the rest of the combos in his or her boat. Manabu Kurita, catcher of the pending world record largemouth, is no different.
Bassmaster Magazine readers submit their lunkers for publication in the December 2009 issue.
Michael Iaconelli has put his beard, more accurately a long-whiskered soul patch, up for public auction.
Washington could become the latest state to restrict the use of lead by recreational anglers.
Billy McCaghren talks about how to fish when there are birds around your fishing area.
Fred Roumbains shows us how to use a punching stopper to fish mats.
Simply getting a strike isn't good enough for me. I want the right kind of strike, the kind in which the bass gets the bait deep into its mouth and stays hooked up all the way to the boat.