We’ve spent a lot time this fall talking about the importance of baitfish movements during the fall and how it affects where you’ll find the bass.
It's not too cold to use moving baits, not too cold to power fish and not too cold to cover water.
The fall fishing season is developing across the country and a great time to be on the water.
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Weather fronts are common in early fall, but you shouldn’t let them discourage you from fishing. The changing weather is a signal to bass that cooler weather is coming and sets up some phenomenal fishing.
GoPro cameras are everywhere, and I'm finding ways to use them to our advantage.
Mark Zona and I spent a day on Lake Huron earlier this week and had one of the most amazing days of smallmouth fishing I’ve ever experienced.
I just got back from the Tracker Dealer meeting at Big Cedar Lodge on Table Rock Lake and I don’t think I’ve ever come home more excited about a new boat than the one we’re coming out with next year.
You would think that as many years I’ve been fishing northern Michigan smallmouth, I would have seen
Here in Michigan, trees are beginning to change colors and September weather usually triggers a transition into fall, which means our fish will soon be moving from deep to shallow.