I do a lot of hunting in the fall, but I still like to get out on the lake for a little fun fishing. One of the things I’ve noticed is that during the spring and summer, if I’m fun fishing and I can’t get out there at daylight, I generally don’t want to go because I’ve probably missed the better period.http://www.bassmaster.com/blog/follow-fish-fall
Just about all great bass fisheries benefit tremendously from the wind ... but maybe not in the ways you think.
It’s fall. That means it’s time for my annual tribute to what might be the best time of all to be on the water trying to trick a creature that has a brain the size of a pea.
We are asked frequently how the two of us make this lifestyle work as well as it does. It is a great question and there are many things we do that I feel contribute to it running smoothly.
I’ve caught more big bass shallow on a floating frog than any other lure. Period. And September is a
Mike Iaconelli's four nontraditional baits for fall bass.
You would think that as many years I’ve been fishing northern Michigan smallmouth, I would have seen and experienced just about everything. Well, this week added another chapter to that book.
Now that we have those Labor Day cookouts behind us, we’re heading into one of the year’s key transi
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Welcome to Bassmaster Magazine's Day on the Lake! This month, it’s Yusuke Miyazaki's turn to take on Lake J.https://www.bassmaster.com/node/603571 Homepage Image:
Throwing a tube for Great Lakes smallies is certainly no secret. It is very effective, and many tournaments are won on this tactic every year.
Even though I’m starting to think about putting a blind over my duck boat and finding a spot or two to harvest a deer, I have to drill down on my fishing as I prepare for the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship.
My first exposure to wake baits came while competing in a B.A.S.S. event on Sam Rayburn Reservoir in the late 1980s.
This week we’re going to talk about fall bait selection. We’ll concentrate on four traditional baits that almost everyone thinks about when they start their fall bass fishing.
Here in Michigan, trees are beginning to change colors and September weather usually triggers a transition into fall, which means our fish will soon be moving from deep to shallow.