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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
A couple of years ago my wife Lisa and I took our friends Rion and Cythia Carlos fishing. Well, things were slow on the saltwater front so we ended up heading back and taking them fishing at a stocked pond where I had been catching some nice bass. As... Read more
What is the biggest obstacle to fishing for you? What is the one thing that keeps you from fishing or makes it difficult? Finance? Access? Distance from fishable water? Please share               Chester Moore  Read more
Sometimes the best thing about fishing are the cool creatures you see on the water. Check this one out. Read more
I firmly believe anglers who want to go to the next level should purposely change their perspectives. What this means is getting out of the comfort zone and looking at fish in a different light. If you only fish in saltwater, try some bass fishing. If you are a... Read more
Whether you are freshwater or saltwater fishing shad (or their cousins the menhaden) are a crucial part of the successful pursuit of game fish. Everything from largemouth bass to flounder eat them so you need to understand their importance and how to respond to their presence. I could go... Read more