Cold, ice, sleet, rain, thunder and lightning — Tulsa has seen it all in the days leading up to the Friday-through-Sunday world championship of bass fishing on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees.
While the weather won't be as apocalyptic as many fear it' will challenging. When asked if he was concerned about ice on the launch ramp, frozen boat locker lids and frigid hands, Iaconelli replied, "All of the above.”
Don reflects on his year and how it has changed him forever.
It's not easy to wet a line in New York and New Jersey right now.
As someone who is proud to call New Jersey home, I see pictures of the shore areas and tears come to my eyes.
Adaptability was key for two young anglers who topped the field in their respective age groups, earning each a scholarship and Triton boat package.
West Virginia native brings a big bag to the scales on Day One.
Hurricane Isaac delivered another blow to Louisiana and Mississippi, but its residual effects on the Midwest could be a boon to bass fishing.
I’ll tell you what, now’s the time to go fishing. Isaac is over but the cool and freshwater he dumped into many of our rivers and lakes has really turned the fish on. This is the beginning of the fall feeding frenzy.
It seems that the entire country is in a major drought right now, and Michigan is no exception.