Put that fly rod to double-duty use this spring and tangle with some slab crappie as they transition into pre-spawn mode.
Now is the time to hit your local bass pond after the sun has set for a shot at a lunker largemouth.
Anglers were slow to start using them, but the ChatterBait has become a household name in most bass angler’s arsenal….
What do you do when a hot spot turns cold?
Not as widely distributed as they once were, Atlantic salmon can be found in both lakes and streams of New England.
Long Island’s largemouths do not go into hibernation like a big old bear waiting for spring to arrive.
When summer gives way to fall, bass feed with increased urgency; here’s how to put it to your advantage.
When the topwater bite subsides, act quickly to kick start it with a simple rubber worm.
After fishing during the afternoon, the largest bass of an outing will likely come late.
Fine-tune your presentation to score consistent crankbait success on bass.
Catching largemouths once the weeds and lily pads take over your favorite lake or pond requires a change in tactics.
Buzz the shallows for some spectacular top water action before it gets too warm.
A different approach to working lily pads for heavily-pressured bass.
Bass have a decided sight advantage over prey when light gets low, here’s how to put it to your advantage.
When the first real warm-up of the spring arrives, a wacky-rigged Senko is the ticket for hefty bucket-mouths.
Nine outstanding Garden State locations for targeting monster bass this season.