We all are at least until we outsmart ourselves in our effort to catch them. That's when bass seem smartest of all.
The bass fishing season that will culminate with the 2009 Bassmaster Classic on the Red River out of Shreveport-Bossier City, La., Feb. 20-22, is finally over!
I'm putting this one together in the airport in California. The plane's broke. I've been sitting here for about seven hours. Have you ever noticed that planes break on the way home when you want to see your family?
Have you ever been float and fly fishing? It's just about my favorite way to catch bass anytime, but it's absolutely my favorite way to do it when the water's cold — below 55 degrees or so.
Opening Day is now a memory. I had a good time out in the woods hunting but the day belonged to the deer. I saw several good bucks and have seen several more since then, but haven't had a good shot.
man who won that first Classic, Bobby Murray, remembers the weigh-in taking place on the roof of a floating dock on Lake Mead a lake that none of the competitors had fished before, nor knew, until they were in the air en route, that they were going to fish at all.
Gary Morrison is always looking for different things for his club to do throughout the year.
Preliminary estimates indicate at least 165 million fish were killed by the one-two punch of hurricanes Gustav and Ike, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries reported in early October