Sturgeon Bay smallies get finicky just like they do everywhere else.
When fish come up busting, they’re obviously feeding, but these opportunities can come and go quickly.
Trailer maintenance is just as important as boat upkeep, and wheel bearings are especially vulnerable to failure.
A bigger clue – one that other anglers should take notice – is that the bait is starting to move even though it may feel like summer is still in full swing.
When I was a kid, I was a Cub Scout just long enough to learn two things: (1) Don’t panic and (2) be prepared.
Jacob Powroznik shares some of his drop shot secrets.
Micheal Iaconelli shares his process for finding that 'magic' bait.
Preparation is the key to getting in the zone. Preparation prevents panic. Preparation promotes focus.
Football jigs serve as the perfect deep water dredge when water temps are at their hottest, and bass are still relating to deeper ledges, brushpiles, roadbeds and humps in about 12-30 feet of water.
Kevin VanDam shares a few tips to generate bites when waters rise during flooded conditions.