Deep cranking doesn't have to be work. You just need the right tools and approach.
This is a good time of the year to talk about taking advantage of a winter bass bite.
Ask any knowledgeable, experienced angler to name the universally preferred cover of both bass and bass fishermen, and the answer likely will be stumps.
Without a definitive game plan, cold days can turn into a whole lot of looking with not a whole lot of fishing.
With the Bassmaster Classic Wild Card presented by Star Tron coming up this week, an understanding of Okeechobee's aquatic vegetation will be critical.
This former Classic champ and AOY says you can leave most of your baits at home in the winter. All you need are jigs!
Find out the go-to lures for these Elite Series pros when they target small waters.
Wind can be a blessing or a curse to your fishing, but it's almost always a factor in the spring. We asked expert Kurt Dove for his best tips when windy conditions prevail.
Most bass anglers never consider changing treble hooks on moving baits, according to KVD. Here is why it may be the biggest mistake you can make on the water.
All docks are not created equal, and a dock that produces in spring will likely bomb in winter. Here's how to get the most from your dock fishing.