Whether you prefer the college or the pro game, football season offers plenty of great bassin' opportunities.
Despite the fact that we’ve had a lot of rain this fall, the water level in most lakes and rivers is down because of the fall drawdown. And the water is cooling.
Anglers can take advantage of these shad pattern tips to locate actively feeding bass and quickly fill a limit.
Despite the dropping air temperatures, this is a great time to be on the water fishing.
Bow hunting and bass fishing wouldn’t seem to be married at the hip. But according to Brent Chapman being successful at both is very similar.
There are two times of the year when cold fronts have a dramatic impact on fishing and one of them is right now – during the fall season.
If you've been keeping up with my “Becoming a Fit Fisherman” column, you'll know that I issued myself, and all of you, a 21-day challenge where we all tried to form a habit and break a habit over a period of three weeks.
In the weeks surrounding Halloween, there’s no clowning around when 6-time B.A.S.S. tournament champion Mike McClelland hits the water.
Opens angler Shaye Baker gives a behind the scenes look at his tournament strategy for Ross Barnett Reservoir and Bass Pro Shops Central Open #3.
A lot of anglers believe cold fronts are the worst thing that can happen to bass fishing. It's not true when it comes to fall smallies.