If you want to change the "later," you have to focus on the "now."
My top bass fisherman/boat partners over the past 55 years.
A couple tanks of fuel, a spree at a tackle shop, eating better on the road. No matter how they spend it, an unexpected $200 comes in handy for any tournament angler.
I am hopelessly unprepared to fish a tournament. I started working on my tackle for the first time last night. What a mess.
With big bucks being paid for custom paint jobs on lures, Mark Menendez offers his thoughts on who really cares about such things -- the bass or the anglers?
Looking back on growing up makes me appreciate all the things that I have today and to never take anything in life for granted.
I should have been more careful about what I said last week. After bragging about our great weather, things went downhill fast.
When the annual fishing tackle shows unveil new products, the question is always: What’s Shimano going to do next? It’s that combination of passions – for fishing and innovation – that has made Shimano an industry leader.
Federal regulation of sinkers and jigs is at stake.
Bass anglers are pretty specific with their wish list for Santa Claus. Loved ones, beware: Many anglers are dreaming of some pretty big presents under the tree.