There's a lot more to fishing spinnerbaits than meets the eye
One of the greatest things about my weekly column here on Bassmaster.com is the e-mails I get from other smallmouth bass fanatics. One of the best came just the other day from John Whyte, a north-of-the-border brown bass chaser who loves to fish jigs for smallies on Canadian waters.
Bass eat sunfish. Anglers can take advantage of this food source if they know when and where to throw baits that mimic this meal
Miles Burghoff talks about tips and tricks to get kinks out of soft plastic baits.
Recently a fisherman sent me an e-mail asking if I thought the high-dollar hard baits are worth their $15-plus price tags. I thought I'd answer him here rather than send a personal reply.
There's more to popper fishing than simply plunking this topwater bait back from a shoreline cast. Here are somoe strategies that will keep you chunkin' this line most of the year.
A question I get asked a lot when I'm traveling around the country doing seminars is "What's the most common mistake smallmouth bass anglers make when they're fishing a jig?"
In this article you will read about new technology that helps the anglers locate good areas for fishing.
It's that time of year! Bass fishermen all around the country are thinking about catching big bass. Whether it's three-pounders from a small stream or river or six-pounders from a major reservoir, we all want to catch the biggest bass we can. It's in our nature