Next week's BASS Federation Nation Championship to qualify six anglers for the 2011 Bassmaster Classic
This is a special week for me. It's time to go smallmouth fishing in northern Michigan. I feel sorry for my bass fishing buddies who live in the South and don't get to experience what we enjoy every fall. Let me put it in perspective: Michigan's fall smallmouth fishing is like the first day of deer season, the opening of the NFL and your birthday all wrapped in one. It's that extraordinary.
Another grisly murder has taken place along the border between Texas and Mexico.
In this episode we look back at some of the best moments during the 2010 Elite Series Tour.
For those of you who have been following my blog for a while, you'll recall that during each offseason, I'm after a personal best. Well, the time has come. I beat it! However, the record I broke wasn't my personal heaviest bass.
It's important to remember that these fish are still feeding heavily. With that in mind, I start with something that moves and elicits a reaction bite. For me that's a LaserLure crankbait. I want one that runs just a little deeper than the underwater structure and that matches the hatch.
Despite broad-based opposition from sportsmen, environmentalists and industry, the Obama administration has approved production and sale of gasoline with up to 15 percent ethanol.
Falling water is nothing new druring this time of year for many anglers, and now is a good time for us to consider its effects on our fishing trips.
Matt Allen says that the crawfish-mimicking characteristics of a bottom-bouncing jig is a time-proven winner.
I've had a number of interesting experiences at carwashes over the years, but with winter coming on there's one in particular that comes to mind.