Just when a guy thinks things are going along in a predictable manner Mother Nature throws a curve.
Everything from what direction to pull the boat into the area to how long of a cast to make, the smallest change in approach can improve your day.
The more I fish the more I realize what I’m really looking for is change. That helps me find fish every time I’m on the water. It’s the basis of everything I do. Bass always relate to differences. That means we should too.
As true winter arrives in most of the country your fishing options become more limited. "Limited" doesn’t mean they don’t exist.
The hypnotic side-to-side gait of a topwater lure can produce vicious and predictable strikes, but when the fish fail to connect it can leave an angler scratching his head.
What makes for a trophy smallmouth bass? I’ve thought a lot about that over the years. I don’t think you can answer that question unless you know where the fish was caught.
When you're fishing against the best anglers in the world, it's important to take advantage of every advantage you can.
Once water temperatures settle into the low 60s and mid 50s and the lakes are being drawn to winter pool, big fish go on the prowl.
Smallmouth bass have a mystical quality to them.
We’re having a warming trend here in Michigan this week which brings me to a pattern that a lot of anglers overlook.
The number one question I get these days is one that every professional angler says they get asked: “How do you get sponsors?”