The way an animal (including a bass) acts or reacts can tell you a lot ... if you're paying attention.
OK guys, here goes some free, unsolicited advice: Marry well, especially if you want to be a B.A.S.S. pro.
On this week's episode of The Livewell, Elite Series pro Stephen Browning talks about how to create the perfect habitat for bass in small waters.
Last time we covered the hull. This time, let's talk about what makes it go.
Now is the time of year when we all start thinking about next year and all the fish we intend to catch.
Elite Series pro Pete Ponds shows us the best way to make your swimbait look like lunch.
It's hard to decide which lures to buy when you're new to bass fishing. But, if you make the right choices, you can put together a small collection of lures that will catch bass anywhere.
Most of the nation is in an ice box, and that means it’s ice fishing season here in Michigan.
You spent a lot of money, but are you really confident in your ability to use your sophisticated electronics? Wilson Frazier can help.
No, Mike Iaconellie is not referring to a lack of hair on his 41-year-old head, but instead, places on the bottom of the lake in 10 to 15 feet of water where the vegetation stops growing, and in turn leaves a very clean bottom.