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Hopefully you have already performed your annual trolling seasonal prep on all of your gear from roller guides to rodholders. Your tackle needs just as much TLC as your boat and its powerplant, especially if you do your fishing in saltwater. So assuming your hooks are sharp and your reels are lubed, now you’ll... Read more
Roseau cane has an intricate system that is somewhat like a smaller version of mangrove and it gives baitfish a place to linger, hide and dodge larger predators like flounder, speckled trout and reds. It is best to fish these areas during the first couple of hours of a... Read more
On small ponds large, loud lures like crankbaits, magnum spinners and buzz baits get few strikes, especially after the first few times fish are exposed to them. I throw very few hard plastic lures in pond, instead focusing on soft plastics with either no weight or very little weight.... Read more
It’s hard enough to catch fish without having a boat issue that can scare the fish away. Spooking fish is actually a far more common problem than many people realize, and people often don’t even think about the factors that cause it. Electric trolling motors, for example, aren’t always as... Read more
Want to see something super cool and very different for bass fishing? If so, check it out. Read more
Rick Clunn, the angler voted the greatest of all time by the Bassmaster universe, gives a unique look into the mental side of bass fishing. Read more
If I had to pick one color soft plastic for flounder fishing that works from one end of the coast to the other it would have to be pink. It works good in slightly stained to murky water (when tipped with shrimp) and has been historically productive all along... Read more
Most anglers associate chumming with offshore fishing, but it can do wonders for land-bound anglers. By simply taking a fish basket or a commercially sold chum bag, tying it off to something on the bank, and throwing it out, anglers can bring in fish that might otherwise never come.... Read more