When getting smallies to eat becomes an effort in futility, dig these bronzeback bon bons out of your tackle box. We round up the 15 best smallmouth bass fishing baits of all time.
As spring fishing season has us all heading to our favorite fishing holes, consider two important points critical to the sport’s progression: 1) Host a kid, or any beginner, and you'll open the door to their personal angling development; 2) First-time lessons need a realistic starting point so hold the dock skipping and deep cranking stuff for down the road.
The business world measures Return on Investment (ROI) by its impact on the bottom line. According to a new report titled "More Habitat Means More Fish," investment in the great outdoors is about much more than dollars and cents – notwithstanding the undeniably strong economic benefits.
It's no secret that castable umbrella rigs hold big-bass potential, but when Pflugerville, Texas angler Donnie O’Neal cast his YUM Flash Mob Jr. into Lake Austin on April 28, his rod loaded up with what he thought was the stud he was seeking for the Texas Sharelunker Program, which recognizes bass over 13 pounds.
It’s known as “The Land of 10,000 Lakes” and Minnesota now has a strategic road map for looking after its vast waterways. Addressing the fish-rich tapestry of lakes, rivers and streams, the state’s Department of Natural Resources recently launched a new fisheries habitat plan aimed at maintaining the abundance.
Tidal environment adds another level of challenge to bass fishing, but this water movement always delivers its benefits.
Past the bedding season, fishing in murky water is all about increasing the fish's ability to detect your bait.
Don't waste your time casting and cranking second-rate baits. Here’s our round up of the best muskie and pike fishing lures on the market right now.
As we’ve blogged about on numerous occasions, the Gulf of Mexico's red snapper management has long been a contentious (the understatement of the decade) issue for recreational anglers lamenting severe restrictions based on faulty data.
Next time you dropshot for bass, don't drop without considering how you're hooking the bait. Standard rigging puts a hook through the tip of the bait's nose – nothing wrong with that, but other options exist.
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