Everybody who knows me knows that flipping is my thing. If I could flip every day I fish, I’d be a happy guy. But while I’m a flipper at heart, I’m first and foremost a professional fishermen, so that means I fish where the fish are.
The almanac says the first day of summer will fall on June 21, so what we find ourselves in right now is a transitional period where late spring starts to change into that long hot season.
Target turns in creek channels to load the boat with bass.
Anglers generally love to fish around shallow targets where the bass are spawning, and we tend to hold onto that pattern longer than we should. We forget that a lot of the bass are spawned and moving to where they will spend the summer.
db and the Tackle the Storm Foundation get a true view of Elite Hearts.
Greg Hackney shares his wisdom on when to reach for the jig versus the Texas rig, and vice-versa.
Several pros aren't likely to draw lots of players' attention but could still rack up big Fantasy Fishing points.
A lingering winter backs up the spawning cycles and gets lakes off their seasonal schedules. But, you know, that’s not all bad.
We have an Elite Series tournament coming up in June on Chickamauga Lake out of Dayton, Tennessee. I was down there looking around a couple of weeks ago and what I found absolutely took my breath away.
I’m looking down the road and I see one of the Bassmaster Elite Series events I’m most excited about – Toledo Bend, May 1-4.