Most of the nation is in an ice box, and that means it’s ice fishing season here in Michigan.
I just spent a couple of days practicing for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic and filming a segment for Strike King’s TV show on Lake Guntersville.
There are several good ways to fish during the winter, but one of my favorite is old-school and somewhat of a lost art.
Spring may seem a long way off, but now is the time to start thinking about that trip to waters you’ve dreamed of fishing.
If you have aspirations to becoming a full-time bass pro, or simply want to become a better angler, there’s no better place to start your journey than with a local bass club.
Like most anglers, I love walking through tackle stores, especially ones that I’ve never visited before.
Have you noticed that a lot of the top Bassmaster Elite Series pros also are very good deer hunters? That’s because the two sports are similar in a lot of ways.
There are two times of the year when cold fronts have a dramatic impact on fishing and one of them is right now – during the fall season.
The days of the swimbait being a one-dimensional lure presentation are behind us.
I had an experience at the Toyota Texas Bass Classic on Lake Conroe that I’ve never seen in all my years of bass fishing.