Last week I said we’d talk about some new things but we’re going to Plan B.
One less day of fishing means one less day to make up ground on the guy(s) in front of you.
Mike Iaconelli's four nontraditional baits for fall bass.
This week we’re going to talk about fall bait selection. We’ll concentrate on four traditional baits that almost everyone thinks about when they start their fall bass fishing.
Ike talks about the importance of education in fishing.
The last few tournaments have been pretty good to me, actually better than pretty good. A Top 20 finish on Cayuga was about as good as I could have hoped for given the circumstances.
This will be my last column about the Delaware River. Before I put it to bed, however, I want to say thanks to the people who made that win possible.
There are a few things I want to say about this win but the most important thing is that it’s really special. It’s hard to tell you how much this means to me.
I can’t wait for Monday morning when I can get out on the Delaware River.
Last time I said we’d talk this week about how Lake Champlain fishes. When I thought about it, though, I realized that it fishes pretty much like everywhere else except that it splits the smallmouth and largemouth populations.