We’re going to talk about something a little different this week — local tackle shops.
The New Hampshire State House Fish and Game and Marine Committee will be deliberating and voting on
When I arrived at Bull Shoals, I went trout fishing for a little while before official practice.
DUO North America, one of Japan’s most esteemed tackle manufacturers, announced that they have added
Water’s good when it’s in the lake where the fish live, but it’s bad pretty much everywhere else.
Braid, fluorocarbon or monofilament? Expert Bobby Lane says there's a place for all three line types
It was Collis who taught the sport's greatest plastic worm angler one of the most productive ways to
Legislators have put the bipartisan Strategic Response to Asian Carp Invasion Act on the table, in h
Every so often I’m asked about smallmouth bass. Guys want know what it is about them that attracts so much attention. I think I know what it is but I’ll admit that it’s hard to put into words. It’s much like telling someone what a pretty girl looks like. I think it all started years and years ago. The early writers gave the smallmouth mystical properties. A lot of that had to do with habitat. In those days smallmouth anglers fished small, clear mountain streams. By definition that meant tiny lures, light tackle and stealth techniques.
It doesn’t get any better than fishing Lake Guntersville in February, and Chris Lane is certain the