No matter how good you think you are at swimming jigs, you are certain to learn something from this master of his craft.
Taking the opportunity to compare and contrast what each species of bass brings to the table, or in this case to the catch and release.
After almost three winters experimenting, Ike has come to the conclusion that cold water jerkbaits fall into three categories.
Shaw Grigsby talks about how to catch bass on beds in clear water.
Brent Chapman discusses his philosophy on an important tool in catching fish – line.
If your local waters are not frozen over, you’re fishing in cold water.
One of the things I’ve been doing the past few winters is fishing with downsized swimbaits.
Warm spells, especially the extreme ones, can be your friend if you approach them correctly. They can be disappointing if you don’t.
This article is about catching the biggest largemouth bass in the lake or river, and that means anglers need to get nasty.
Often the prespawn is characterized by unstable weather and moving fish.