After almost three winters experimenting, Ike has come to the conclusion that cold water jerkbaits fall into three categories.
Brandon Lester is building a career the right way, one step and one rod at a time.
Lake Hartwell is where Chris Lane's dream of fishing a Bassmaster Classic came true.
Editor's note: The following was excerpted from a story that appeared in The Kansas City Star earlier this month. The full story is available here. Guido Hibdon never thought he would see this day, when he would have to scrap for sponsors, when he wondered if there was going to be enough money to even compete on the pro bass circuit.
With the spawning season in full swing across much of the Sunshine State, Florida’s TrophyCatch program is serving as a powerful incentive for anglers to release giant female largemouth bass. The program, now in its third season, offers prizes for anglers who catch, document and release bass that weigh 8 pounds or more. There are three levels of qualification – Lunker (8-9.99 pounds), Trophy (10-12.99) and Hall of Fame (13 or greater) – and each offers a substantial list of prizes.
One of the things I’ve been doing the past few winters is fishing with downsized swimbaits.
The kickoff of the Bassmaster High School Series is quickly approaching. Here is what you need to do to ensure you are ready to participate.
Even if it’s cold, you’re feeling bad or the water’s hard as a rock in your neighborhood, you can still work to improve your fishing skills.
Celebrate the birthday of the late fishing legend Jose Wejebe this weekend by posting your fishing photos in social media with the hashtag #fishforjose.
The basic idea is to get more kids fishing, kids who aren’t normally introduced to it.