It’s fall. That means it’s time for my annual tribute to what might be the best time of all to be on the water trying to trick a creature that has a brain the size of a pea.
After its week in a time capsule, we unearth Charlie Hartley's column to marvel at the foreshadowing, irony, and what-might-have-beens ...
Those of you who follow the standings saw that I didn’t weigh a fish last week at Lake St. Clair. Out of my mess — it was all of my own making — I have to say that modern technology, engineering and construction standards prevailed.
This week is important. Held on famed Lake St. Clair, this will be the last of the 2014 Bass Pro Shops Northern Opens presented by Allstate.
The Hack attack is a beautiful thing if you’re watching it from afar. It’s amazing in its intensity, precision and in its ability to destroy everything — anglers and fish alike — in its path.
The weather at Cayuga Lake this week has been about as nice as it can get for an angler.
Mike Iaconelli is one of the more interesting and controversial personalities in our sport. I’ve wanted to write about him for some time. Now is when it seems most appropriate.
The Delaware River is something else when it comes to bass fishing.
I had an interesting experience the other evening that I thought might be worth writing about. It centers on the concept of recovery and how that affect the outcomes of bass tournaments.
Last weekend I made what I call a suicide trip to New York to prefish Cayuga Lake.