New Year's resolutions that will help you catch more bass.
It seems that fish are a lot like people in the heat of the summer; they naturally seek shade or cover. Timmy Horton tells us where to look for them.
Kevin Short advises if you like to winter fish find the backwater.
Nothing imitates a dying shad quite so well as a jigging spoon, and this Elite pro tells you how to use it.
Winter provides a good time to reflect on the things you learned the previous season and how you can put those lessons to use next year.
These days most anglers recognize that bass spend more time away from the shore than close to it. In fact, I suspect it's a safe bet, on any given day, that more bass fishermen fish open-water than along the banks.
Kevin VanDam says to supersize your spinnerbait in deep waters.
Steve Kennedy, four-time Bassmaster Classic qualifier, lists his five best techniques to catch the big one.
There is no doubt that fine-tuning the pattern fishing technique is the real key to success, and you must be alert to recognize patterns within patterns.
In my last blog we talked about how I prepare for an event like the Bassmaster Classic using my eyes and my electronics. This week we'll take a look at how I map the details of what I found using lures.