If you like junk-fishing with the added challenge of running tides, then this week's James River Northern Open is for you.
Most of the bass around the country are in the postspawn by now. A lot of anglers don’t realize it, but this can be a really good time to flip and pitch for bass.
As with any competitive sport, if you want to excel in the bass tournament arena, you must practice regularly. My lack of time on the water was painfully evident when I fished Logan Martin Lake as a co-angler.
My favorite moon phase for numbers is from a quarter to three-quarters going towards full.
There’s a big difference between the West Point Lake we fished two years ago and the one we’re fishing today. It’s tough out there; really tough.
Next time you're out scouting the lake and everything seems to be falling into place, keep in mind that change is just around the corner ... and with it may come opportunity.
Ever hear the expression "Bass are like people"?
The Alabama Rig ruled, but strategies for the Top 12 finishers couldn’t have been any different at the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open.
Why would anyone throw a bait out over open water away from the bank, especially water that was as deep as where he was fishing?
Like your world records on the shady side? Then you might enjoy a few more of the most notable "records" we've seen, including an April Fool's breaking story.