It’s fall cranking time in parts of the country where the bass and shad are moving into the backs of the creeks.
A lot of you might think I’m crazy for saying this but if the water isn’t iced-over on your lake I’d suggest you give topwater a shot. You’d be surprised at how many fish you can catch this time of the year with a frog.
Read about Mark Menendez's method for that keeps him in fish all day long in the fall.
If shallow, grassy waters are where you fish, this fall pattern could be the ticket to the bass of a lifetime.
He's known for being slow and methodical, but the angler they call "The Squirrel" speeds things up in the fall.
Slumps are a part of life for anyone who fishes competitively.
If you’re going to get better in this sport you have to practice.
I’ve fished Oneida for almost 20 years. I’ve never seen it fish as tough as it did in practice this year. I was caught off-guard.
Bass are starting to move into the creeks on most of our lakes as they begin to feed up prior to winter. There are five things I look for to tell me when and where to find fish this time of year.
Smallmouth have a strong tendency to school or group by size. If you start seeing fish that are smaller or larger than the ones you’ve been catching, it’s likely that you’re into new fish.