The latest rodmaking innovation — micro guides — is sure to become a widespread option, if not an outright design change, once anglers recognize the advantages these smaller guides offer.
I suppose every angler has a story about a fish that got away that sticks with him for years. I know that I do.
Recreational anglers voiced their concerns about proposed restrictions on the use of lead in fishing weights and lures before the Washington Fish & Wildlife Commission during the agency's December public meeting.
The Environmental Protection Agency announced that it will delay a final decision on Growth Energy's petition to allow ethanol blends up to E15 into the gas market until more testing data is available.
Though Santa Claus gets the most letters in December, the Washington Fish & Wildlife Commission might be a close second this year.
I'm on my way back from a hunting trip in Kansas. Was it ever a trip! I shot a buck — eight points — that'll probably score somewhere around 145. That's not the biggest deer in the world, but it's respectable for an eight-pointer. I'm happy with it.
I fished and filmed in downtown Milwaukee a couple of weeks ago. We were fishing for brown trout. The weather was mild, we had a good time, caught a lot of fish and I reaffirmed a lesson that I've known for some time.
Every angler has a rod and reel that just seems to catch more fish than the rest of the combos in his or her boat. Manabu Kurita, catcher of the pending world record largemouth, is no different.
Bassmaster Magazine readers submit their lunkers for publication in the December 2009 issue.
Michael Iaconelli has put his beard, more accurately a long-whiskered soul patch, up for public auction.