The Elite Series event here on Cayuga Lake in New York is dispelling a myth held by many anglers about northern natural lakes.
New electronic products for the bass angler in 2014.
One of Raymarine’s newest units, the a9, is a 9-inch touchscreen marvel of marine electronics.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett tours the Elite Series event in Philadelphia.
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.