I’ve often found what I believe to be a thermocline in about 3 feet of water below heavy lily pads and vegetation.
If you're a bass fisherman and you don't have a Zara Spook in your box, you don't know what you're missing.
Seasonal fish movements are about much more than just water temperature.
2007 Classic champ Boyd Duckett has devised three reliable patterns that will keep you in touch with Lay Lake’s bass in August.
If you’re an angler who avoids fishing during the dog days of summer, you’re making a mistake.
After a bunch of largemouth tournaments, it's fun and challenging to have to switch to smallmouth bass for a while.
Go deep and then go deeper is my standard advice to anyone trying to catch a smallmouth bass. This year is different, though.
Having a good tournament is going to come down to whether or not you can find the right bass. By that I mean enough bass of the right size.
The idea behind the umbrella rig is to present multiple lures at one time — something few bass have ever seen unless they happen to share waters with striped bass where trolling is popular.
There’s never a time when matching the hatch is more important than in the summertime.