I'll tell you that it never gets too nasty to go fishing, but it has come darn close this past week. The weather has been miserable.
The first three practice days for the Bassmaster Classic are going to be really important. I have three good areas isolated and marked. I'll devote one day to each of the three areas. When I'm done, I'll know them like I know my backyard at home.
The first three practice days for the Bassmaster Classic are going to be really important. I have three good areas isolated and marked. I'll devote one day to each of the three areas.
Deb Johnson blog: B.A.S.S. Reporter's Notebook. Don Barone makes a comeback, Ashmore gets a new wrap, and Rook signs with Jewel.
When the giant of a man behind the cigar turned the ball over in my tiny 6-year-old hands so he could show me just three of the many signatures on the baseball.
I was getting ready for the Bassmaster Southern Open on the Kissimmee Chain, and my stress level was through the roof. Here is how it works for me and my obsessive behavior...
Listening to Elite Series pro Mark Burgess describe his favorite shades of his go-to soft plastic color, green pumpkin, is like listening to him read off a restaurant menu.
Mark Burgess, who learned to fish on New England smallmouth factories like New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee, says not all smallmouth bass are created equal
Watching Kevin VanDam fish during the postspawn and summer months on lakes like Kentucky and Guntersville, it would appear to the untrained eye that the Michigan pro is lost, helplessly flailing at open water.
When it comes to professional bass anglers well versed in the art of tempting big bass with spinnerbaits, the initials KVD are at the top of the list.