River smallmouths don't always follow creek channels or other underwater structure. Most of the time, when you think they're following that stuff, what they're really doing is following the baitfish.
Let me say right up front that there are a lot of lures that'll catch bass in the fall. Spinnerbaits, jigs and plastics all have their place when the leaves start to turn. But for me there's no better bass lure at this time of the year than a plug.
Spent the week in New York City. Yes you heard that right. You're buddy Jerry in New York City.
I woke up this past Saturday morning, and I turned the TV on to Fox News like I always do without even thinking that it was September 11. I'll never forget sitting there with my kids, watching those planes fly into those building
Nate Wellman of Newaygo, Mich., surprises everyone -- himself included -- when he toted 18 pounds, 6 ounces, to the scales.
Go behind the scenes at the 2010 annual Bassmaster Northern Division Open Tournament.
Peer into a the life of a Bassmaster angler on the day one weigh- in for the 2010 Northern Division Open #3.
Enjoy the picturesque Chesapeake Bay with this photo album from the 2010 Northern Division Open.
The day one launch of the 2010 Northern Open number 3. The tournament was held September 16 -18 on the Chesapeake Bay.
"Call me Ishmael." Those words opened Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick. In one sentence, Melville began to paint an image of a man completely involved in the search for the white whale that haunted his dreams. Melville's narrator is a man not quite in step with the rest of society. He's a sea captain and would rather be on the water than the streets. His quest to find and harpoon the Great White Whale is his only motivator. Ishmael is a man obsessed.