Having decided to undergo laser vision correction surgery, read how Ken Cook has improved vision and can better see fish in the water.
If you've ever spent much time on Lake Texoma, you understand how frustrating it can be trying to catch the finicky bass living around the lake's dozens of docks and crowded boat stalls.
Roland Martin and a host of other pro anglers explain the importance of sensitivity to feeling while fishing.
One of the great appeals of fly tying is that the craftsman can design and build a lure that fits a specific situation.
Kevin VanDam explains why he prefers to fish prespawn or postspawn, and that not all bass spawn at the same time.
Wish you had a dollar for every time a cold front or a thunderstorm in your area caused your favorite lake's Florida-strain largemouth bass to develop lockjaw? By now we've realized that it happens because Florida-strain largemouth are more affected by weather changes and drops in water temperature than Northern-strain largemouth are even in summer. But in late spring/early summer, before the water temperature has stabilized, they can seem especially temperamental.
It's not unusual for people to equate bass fishing with the shallow-water flipping and pitching that goes on so many places throughout the country. True, largemouth bass, when they inhabit structure-filled watersheds, will be found regularly around the bank, near blown-down trees, hydrilla, lily pads and other places that provide them outstanding places to both forage and hide.
Pros prepare for their first day on the Potomac for the Elite Series Capital Clash.
"Every day's different with these smallmouths," said Cook. "We had a bunch of big fish follow the bait today. It's just that their attitude wasn't very good today."