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.
As most of you know by now, I lost control of my boat and ended up on the bank during the Sabine River Challenge.
The second event of the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series is coming up on Lake Amistad, Texas, March 8-9, and it should be a good one.
Most anglers know that crankbaits are effective during the prespawn. But what about during the cold, late winter period?
Can you bond with a fish? Not sure about that. However, I think my dog Norman had. On several occasions from the porch I would see a pretty good size bass chasing bait fish up the side of the dike. Norman, on dry land of course, would be running almost side by side as the fish cornered dinner. Saw that more than one time. Never went to check it out. Didn’t think it was any of my business. Now here comes some tough times.
The crankbait is one of the most important tools in bass fishing, but they’re a lot like screwdrivers – you need the right style to get the job done.
This week may not look like much on the calendar, but some important discoveries and plans are being made in Oklahoma.
The more I fish the more I realize what I’m really looking for is change. That helps me find fish every time I’m on the water. It’s the basis of everything I do. Bass always relate to differences. That means we should too.
It’s fall cranking time in parts of the country where the bass and shad are moving into the backs of the creeks.