The pre-Christmas period is a good time to give your boat attention before winter sets in.
Bassmaster Opens pro Jimmy Mason has three tips that will take your castable umbrella rig fishing to the next level.
Just because it's getting cold doesn't mean you have to abandon your horizontal power fishing methods. Follow KVD's advice and you can power right through the holidays.
In my boat, co-anglers have just three responsibilities....
Part of tournament preparation is knowing when you should leave fish to look for better fish.
The cold weather much of our country has been experiencing lately has moved most of the smallies out of the shallows and off the bottom. They’re starting to suspend which is what they’ll be doing for the rest of the winter. There are a lot of theories about why they do this. My best guess it that they’re chasing the baitfish. When the water starts to get cold the baitfish tend to ball-up into tight schools and head out into open water. The smallies follow.
Should you stay or should you go? The grass isn't always greener somewhere else.
OK, last week we talked about looking for change. This week we’ll talk about ways to find it.
I cut down on the tackle in my boat and use the cold weather to organize and refresh everything for the next year.
Power fishing tactics become prevalent during the fall since bass move to the shallows and feed heavily on baitfish, but there are still plenty of scenarios where finesse techniques are required.
If all you have are your rods, reels and tackle boxes, you're not really ready to go fishing.