The transition period is the period when fish move from their shallow water spawning grounds out to deeper water for the summer stage.
Before we talk about fishing, Holly and I want to express our support for the people in Oklahoma, and the other states, who have been hit by all those tornadoes. Those people don’t seem to be able to get a break.
Most of the bass around the country are in the postspawn by now. A lot of anglers don’t realize it, but this can be a really good time to flip and pitch for bass.
There’s a weather phenomenon going on throughout the country that can affect your success on the water.
This will be a 10-part series in which Mike Long sets out the basic framework of his trophy bass fishing methods. Think of it as the "big picture."
The spawn’s over, or at least most of it. Now’s the time to go catch a few and maybe have one of the best numbers days of your fishing life.
Floating, hollow-bodied frogs are far more versatile than most anglers could imagine. Bassmaster Magazine wanted to know exactly how versatile, so it asked readers to submit their best frog tips. The response was overwhelming!
Edwin Evers shares his best tips for catching spawned-out bass hanging around boat docks.
Now’s the time to fish smaller, moving bodies of water. That means the creeks and the rivers. I say that because the major lakes and reservoirs will be covered over this weekend with recreational boats.
Edwin Evers shares his tips for catching postspawn bass in marinas.