If you’re an angler who avoids fishing during the dog days of summer, you’re making a mistake.
Having a good tournament is going to come down to whether or not you can find the right bass. By that I mean enough bass of the right size.
The St. Lawrence River is a tournament that’s all about electronics and what they do for bass anglers. There’s an island everywhere up here. In fact, there are so many of them that picking one out to fish is a real challenge.
Last week I said we’d talk a little about smallmouth bass from a Florida angler’s perspective. I’m on the St. Lawrence River right now hunting them. Here’s how I’m going about doing that.
On Day Two of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open on Oneida Lake, New York pro Jim Bianchi landed the largest limit of the tournament to build a lead of over 2 pounds over his closest competitor.
Some of you are probably laughing. You’re thinking that I’ve stated the obvious. Maybe I have, but I get a lot of guys who come in off the water and ask me why they couldn’t catch them.
There were a lot of amazing new products at last week’s ICAST tackle trade show, but none stood out like the advancements I saw in fishing electronics.
Two of the most important terms in bass fishing are often used interchangeably ... and that's just wrong.