No matter the age of your outboard motor, regular maintenance is essential for peak performance.
Let’s get one thing out of the way right now: You can’t go too big if you’re looking for a giant bass.
Water temperature on the Tennessee River System, which includes several of my favorite lakes, is hovering around the 40-degree mark.
Spring – and I mean the warm, sunny, birds chirping part – can’t get here fast enough.
Elite Series pro Mike Kernan shares some tips how to make tax season much less stressful for anglers.
When I mentioned last week that we (professional anglers) often target largemouth because they offer more weight, I didn’t mean to say or imply that’s always the case.
When water freezes on your fishing equipment, it can cause a few problems.
All right, we have our jerkbaits modified and ready to go. Let’s talk about how to get the most out of them.
Gerald Swindle discusses tactics used when confronting new water.
The term lethargic is used a lot, but this may not necessarily be a bad thing.
If you want to keep catching only small brown bass, follow these rules very closely.