How you approach July and August is largely about where you’re fishing and how much grass is growing in the water.
Mayflies are just that – flying insects that emerge off the water’s surface, although most hatches occur in early June.
I’ll make my tournament decisions based on what I see in practice, but going into the Lake St. Clair and St. Lawrence River events, I’ll have a general game plan off what I plan to throw.
In tournament fishing, time is money. And any technique that can produce quality fish in a hurry offers a huge advantage — especially when you're dealing with large bodies of water.
It seems like every year lately — three to be exact — I find myself writing a column about how I’m up against it, fighting for a spot in next year’s GEICO Bassmaster Classic.
Shaye Baker and Chris Zaldain go deep for a day of smallmouth fishing using a drop shot rig.
This month's installment shows how to install a fuel/water separator and a water pressure gauge.
One of the most popular lures in all of bass fishing right now is the swimbait.
A long time ago, some anonymous angler figured out how to entice these lock-jawed largemouth into biting — simply by allowing a soft-plastic lure to lie motionless, sometimes for 30 seconds or more.
Mark Hicks shares the steps for renewing the gel coat on a bass boat.