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.
Having the Toyota All Star Week on a lake so close to my home was really special.
Bass are starting to move into the creeks on most of our lakes as they begin to feed up prior to winter. There are five things I look for to tell me when and where to find fish this time of year.