This is a big week for me and it has nothing to do with fishing. Thursday was the opener of our deer firearms season and the bucks are chasing does. Although it’s the gun season, you can still hunt with a bow, something I really love. I went with my sons a few times during the early archery season. We saw some deer but didn’t take a shot. We’re not seeing the deer we saw a few years ago. Our numbers are down here in southern Michigan due to the EHD virus that has hit us the past couple of years.
It's not easy to wet a line in New York and New Jersey right now.
Whether he's working a topwater or dredging the bottom, Elite Series pro Stephen Browning sticks to the shallows in fall.
Assuming I’m correct about fish movements, how do we take that information and use it to our advantage?
After sitting on the sidelines for two years, Byron "BJ" Haseotes is ready to get back into the fray.
As you develop your professional bass fishing career, it's important to recognize sponsorship opportunities at the local level.
Thanks to an early spring the spawn is over in much of our country. However, there’s still plenty of action for flippers and pitchers, and the time to start doing it is now.
It’s been a wild ride since February when I won the Classic. A little rest won’t hurt me at all.
Branson, Mo., site of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open, is still recovering from last year's storms but they're definitely open for business.
There is no doubt that bass rely heavily on their eyesight and lateral line for survival, but do scent and taste play a role as well?