Part 1 of this 3-part series will dissect farm ponds.
In this second installment of small water angling, we look at streams. Streams are more common than any other type of water throughout the U.S., as even the smallest trickles can offer easy, cheap bassin'.
I never leave home without my flippin' stick. It's that important. Flipping and pitching have played a major role in the majority of the 16 BASS professional tournaments I've won over the years.
Your reel is one of the most important pieces of tackle you own when it comes to flipping and pitching.
Genuity River Rumble will mark the first time an Elite event has been staged here, as the 2008 tournament had to be cancelled due to river flooding.
Michael Iaconelli (Ike) on landing a fish with a light line.
My niece, Melissa Gould, is competing in the World Series of Softball here in Kalamazoo. She graduated from high school this year and will be heading to the University of Michigan in the fall. Melissa plays second base, but her real specialty is running the bases and batting.
When bass suspend under deep docks in early spring or late fall, making the right presentation can be tough.
Florida's reclaimed phosphate pits are the fodder of bass fishing legends, with ol' mossback growing big in the nutrient rich and forage aplenty environs of these private waters.