It's not too cold to use moving baits, not too cold to power fish and not too cold to cover water.
As professional anglers we travel thousands of miles on highways each year and hundreds of hours on the water. As a result we’ve developed some things that we do on a regular basis that helps to keep us safe. I want to take this week to share a few of them with you.
Have you ever had a brush with skin cancer? I have. And let me tell you, it can get pretty scary.
The fall frenzy doesn’t go on all the time. It starts and stops depending upon the calendar and the weather.
The free Shorelines app gives anglers information on lake levels, generation schedules and updates on their favorite lakes.
He's known for being slow and methodical, but the angler they call "The Squirrel" speeds things up in the fall.
The fall fishing season is developing across the country and a great time to be on the water.
Let the display help you, not confuse you.
Brandon Palaniuk breaks down his approach to punching up bass in the fall.