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There are a few similarities between open-water fishing and ice-fishing. Regardless of whether you’re fishing through ice or open water, you’ve got to find the fish, you’ve got to put a lure in front of them, and you’ve got to make them want to eat that lure.
Throughout the years there have been many people talking about the importance of listening to what fish tell you in order to catch a good bag of fish. I believe there is a major misconception on this
When deciding what this month's feature should be about, I decided to look to the future a little bit and see what one of the hot baits on the BASS Elite Series Tour might be next year.
Bass tournament season will shift into high gear later next month when the Bassmaster Classic kicks off the Elite Series season at Lake Hartwell in South Carolina.
There was a skim of ice on the pond the other morning which served as a good reminder that ice-fishing is getting closer all the time. While we’re probably still a couple of weeks away from getting on the ice, now is a good time to think about some of the things we can do this year to have a successful ice-fishing season.
I wrote last month about water temperature and boat electronics, but there are plenty of opportunities to find fish without relying on a surface temperature gauge. Knowing the various physical influences on localized water conditions can lead an angler to find those secret honey holes where the bass like to congregate.
December can be a month full of a lot of variables and pinpointing one or two things that would help people all around the country can be a little difficult.
There’s a popular perception about ice-fishing. That perception is that you have to like cold weather to like ice-fishing. While it’s true that we need some cold weather to make ice so we can go ice-fishing, you don’t need to be cold while you’re ice-fishing. Here are some reasons why you can go ice-fishing without getting cold.
There's no shortage of activities competing for the attention of anglers during the fall. As anglers, it's obvious we love to be outdoors; and after a summer of hitting the water hard, watching some football or sitting in a deer stand sounds like a pretty good idea.