On this episode of 'Bass Insider,' Mark Tyler shows us how to add topwater hooks.
B.A.S.S. pro, Greg Hackney, walks you through the process of trimming a jig.
I'm on my way back from a hunting trip in Kansas. Was it ever a trip! I shot a buck — eight points — that'll probably score somewhere around 145. That's not the biggest deer in the world, but it's respectable for an eight-pointer. I'm happy with it.
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.
Michael Iaconelli has put his beard, more accurately a long-whiskered soul patch, up for public auction.
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.
Nicholas got his first buck. He was hunting with my brother-in-law, Russ Campbell, when, late in the day, just about the time they were thinking abut packing it in, a nice buck came into their area. Nicholas stayed calm, took his time and made a clean 130-yard shot with his muzzleloader. That's a heck of a shot for any hunter, much less a young man trying to kill his first buck.