Now that we have those Labor Day cookouts behind us, we’re heading into one of the year’s key transitional periods – the change from summer to fall.
Welcome to Bassmaster Magazine's Day on the Lake! This month, it’s Yusuke Miyazaki's turn to take on a small lake he’s never seen before; he’ll attempt to catch bass for seven hours while we document his every move.
Throwing a tube for Great Lakes smallies is certainly no secret. It is very effective, and many tournaments are won on this tactic every year.
Even though I’m starting to think about putting a blind over my duck boat and finding a spot or two to harvest a deer, I have to drill down on my fishing as I prepare for the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship.
My first exposure to wake baits came while competing in a B.A.S.S. event on Sam Rayburn Reservoir in the late 1980s.
This week we’re going to talk about fall bait selection. We’ll concentrate on four traditional baits that almost everyone thinks about when they start their fall bass fishing.
Here in Michigan, trees are beginning to change colors and September weather usually triggers a transition into fall, which means our fish will soon be moving from deep to shallow.
Bethel's Dalton Wilson and Randall Morris break down how to use the Magnum Spoon.
Brett Hite breaks down his setup for a ChatterBait and tells you what to do when you get bit.
We all know Greg Hackney won the Bassmaster Elite Series tournament at Cayuga Lake, N.Y. using his namesake Strike King Hack Attack Jig. But how exactly did he get on the jig bite and where he was he fishing?
Like many Bassmaster Elite Series pros, Todd Faircloth had never been on Cayuga Lake prior to the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite held there. "All I knew was it had grass in it," he said.