Some call this area of the St. Lawrence River the most beautiful place on the planet.
There is nearly 80 square miles of water to angle here, and fishermen get to choose from both smallmouth and largemouth.
I had an interesting experience the other evening that I thought might be worth writing about. It centers on the concept of recovery and how that affect the outcomes of bass tournaments.
Most anglers have their favorite summertime lures, from deep diving crankbaits to spoons and jigs. Well, make sure you add “big worms” to the list because nothing tempts those summer deepwater bass like a 10-inch soft plastic.
This is the time of year when you’ll find me employing power fishing tactics on the offshore ledges throughout the South.
This has been a year of paradoxical shifts in the nation’s weather patterns, and it’s really affected our seasonal pattern strategies for bass fishing.
For those of you who watched the The Bassmasters television show that covered BASSfest from Lake Chickamauga, you’ll have seen the KVD vs. Ike mini-confrontation. While I wasn’t involved, nor do I know all the details to comment on it directly, it did give me the idea for this column.
There are some fish that live shallow year-round and if you want to catch quality fish in shallow, a dock is probably your best bet.
Welcome to Bassmaster Magazine's Day on the Lake! This month, it’s Cliff Prince turn to take on a small lake he’s never seen before; he’ll attempt to catch bass for seven hours while we document his every move.
Shallow fish are much more predictable than deep fish. They are also easier to pattern.
Local Scott Luster provides some helpful tips for deciphering Alabama’s Lake Jordan.
Yes, it’s true. I’m a vampire. I don’t suck blood, though. I suck energy and a positive mental attitude from some of the young anglers I see around this country.