Spring may seem a long way off, but now is the time to start thinking about that trip to waters you’ve dreamed of fishing.
Go ahead, drink in the sight of these unusual baits and digest the unorthodox methods the pros employ to catch bass with them.
Like most anglers, I love walking through tackle stores, especially ones that I’ve never visited before.
I spent part of today sitting in the car thinking about some things that have happened recently that are bothering me. I’m referring to crime and how it impacts the fishing community.
If you’re looking toward big tournaments and maybe a professional career, multiple map study and comparison is a must.
From Alaska to the East Coast and down to the Keys, anglers are being denied access to public waters during a federal government shutdown.
All-Star Week is different -- a different format that requires a different approach.
It doesn’t help one bit to get in a hurry and cut corners. In fact, it’ll kill your fishing in the end.
In today's tackle market, anglers have access to all types of swimbaits ... hundreds, in fact. Some are molded from plastics; others are crafted from wood; still others combine these materials — all to form an artificial lure that can swim through the water like a live baitfish. They obviously sell well, as virtually every tackle outlet on the planet offers them. The reason? Swimbaits catch fish!
If your bass fishing is in a downward spiral, perhaps it’s time to go retro with bait selection. Elite Series pros explain why the old tailspinner still deserves a place on your casting deck.