We’ve talked a little the past couple of weeks about the fact that smallmouth are aggressive and that they’re curious creatures. Now, let’s look at another trait that affects smallmouth bass behavior.
I love to catch bass, no matter whether it’s in the north, south, east or west. I don’t care if I’m catching largemouth, smallmouth or spotted bass — I love ‘em all. But when it comes October...
Facebook fan Steve Hendrix asked me for tips on fishing super clear, cold water mountain lakes that have very little cover in them and that fluctuate 20 to 30 feet each year. Here goes...
Any road worth traveling is bound to have a few bumps along the way.
Get rhythm! Without it, your jerkbait technique will never be what it should.
Croatian fishing journalist Daniel Vignjevic offers a glimpse into the bass fishing scene in Croatia as the sport gains popularity throughout Europe.
2007 Classic champ Boyd Duckett has devised three reliable patterns that will keep you in touch with Lay Lake’s bass in August.
When it comes to high-stakes fishing, professional anglers will do almost anything to get to the fish ... and that includes abusing their equipment.
“There’s little time during a three-hour tournament to go looking for fish,” Scott Rook says. “You have to have a good idea of what the fish are doing and fish as efficiently as you can.”
Born into current, riverine brown bass are aggressive strikers, powerful fighters and explosive acrobats. Every angler wants in on that action. But to be a successful river fisherman, you must learn to adapt.