My 14-year old boys Jackson and Nicholas just experienced the hunting trip of a lifetime. The three of us and my brother-in-law Russ spent three days hunting a private lease in south Texas last week.
Kevin VanDam explains where to find the bass in different seasons and different water temperatures.
Find some shallow rocky flats, pick up a Red Eye Shad and get ready to catch some nice smallies
The weather may be mild where you live, but it snowed in Michigan this week. Today’s cold weather gear allows us to do that. It keeps us warm without sacrificing comfort or mobility.
If you are just thrilled to be here at the Fed Nation Championship, this is as far as you are going. Enjoy the ride, you'll be going home.
I’m in Green Bay, Wis., this week filming a TV show with Mark Zona for his Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show. We’ll be targeting smallmouth bass in Lake Michigan near Washington Island.
It’s been a nasty week here in Michigan – cold rain and wind – the kind of weather that keeps most people indoors, but the kind that makes me wish I was fishing.
When I signed up for writing a blog occasionally, I did it for one reason. To stay in touch with everyone and let you know I was still on the job.
There’s nothing more exciting than having a big bass blow up on a buzzbait and fall is when the bass are moving into the shallows to feed up.
I recently agreed to participate in an upcoming charity bass event that already has become a big thrill for me and my family.