It’s July. It’s time to celebrate Independence Day to its fullest.
When asked what bait had been essential to his success this year, Edwin Evers didn't hesitate. "It would have to be the ...."
Whoever said "Practice makes perfect," was definitely not a professional bass fisherman.
Let's not get ahead of ourselves here. Without proper angler care, even the best techniques won't be fully realized.
The recent wave of bad storms and heavy rains that’s been rolling across the country have made tough living conditions for some humans but made good living conditions for lake dwelling smallmouth bass.
It’s Mayfly magic time for most of the country and it’s in full swing here in Michigan.
Lots of anglers talk about pattern fishing without knowing what it really is or how the concept developed. It's one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal to catch more and bigger bass.
Elite angler Keith Combs shows us how it's done in Bassmaster Magazine's Day on the Lake series.
Though a lot of anglers don't take them out until fall, buzzbaits can be just what you need to get a summer bite going.
Despite the summertime heat, Tommy Biffle can still fish in his comfort zone on a variety of fisheries throughout the country.
It’s getting to be the time of year when the thermocline comes into play. But before we talk about how that affects our fishing we need to consider what the thermocline is, and what it isn’t.