You don’t hear so much about worms these days. I suppose that’s because they’re somewhat old-school.
The top finishers use their practice time to identify where the fish would be, not where they were before competition.
Kevin VanDam addresses another topic that gets debated among anglers: fish scents.
Baitcasting reels offer a lot of benefits in terms of casting accuracy, control and efficiency, but any time you use one, you face the potential for a backlash.
One example, on the Great Lakes during a mayfly hatch you’re going to catch a lot more fish on pumpkin brown than you will watermelon green.
Jacob Powroznik credits 75 percent of the money he's won as a pro fisherman to the versatility of a spinning rig.
Ike talks his favorite uses for summer stickbaits.
The best places are in reservoirs that have little or no current and that have thick vegetation along the shoreline.
How you approach July and August is largely about where you’re fishing and how much grass is growing in the water.
Mayflies are just that – flying insects that emerge off the water’s surface, although most hatches occur in early June.