Mayflies are just that – flying insects that emerge off the water’s surface, although most hatches occur in early June.
Fishing a lake or river with a forage problem makes no sense at all.
One Bassmaster marshal shares his experience with Gerald Swindle on Lake Guntersville.
For years, Randall Tharp has used a Rapala knife and cleaning table to prepare dinners of fish caught fresh from the sea. Now he’ll rely on the iconic brand to put food on the table in another way — throwing Rapala baits to win prize money in Bassmaster tournaments. The 2013 Forrest Wood Cup champion has joined Rapala’s pro staff.
You hear it all the time: Big bass aren’t little bass.
We’ve spent a lot time this fall talking about the importance of baitfish movements during the fall and how it affects where you’ll find the bass.
The water of the Ouachita River is for a peculiar taste – for the angler that likes to be tested beyond his imagination.
After his performance in the Bassmaster Central Opens this season, Carl Jocumsen didn't need to compete in the final Southern Open at North Carolina's Lake Norman this week. His goal had been achieved.
One less day of fishing means one less day to make up ground on the guy(s) in front of you.
Throwing a tube for Great Lakes smallies is certainly no secret. It is very effective, and many tournaments are won on this tactic every year.