Those of you who read this column regularly know that I’m big on education. It’s my firm belief that if you stop learning — at anything — you’ll slip backwards.
Shallow fish are much more predictable than deep fish. They are also easier to pattern.
Ever wanted to create your own lake map of private water or a particular part of your favorite public reservoir? Now you can, and it's not difficult.
When Elite anglers are on the Tournament Trail, our minds are fixed on one thing: catching bass.
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.
It’s time to look for bass on the ledges. By “ledges,” I’m referring to those underwater haunts where a shallow flat falls off into the much deeper old river channel or primary creek channel.
You spent a lot of money, but are you really confident in your ability to use your sophisticated electronics? Wilson Frazier can help.
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.
Fishing fans and their families are invited to discover everything BASSfest — all free and open to the public. Following are 25 things to see and do at BASSfest in Dayton