Great Lakes Smallmouth Bass Bonanza

Great Lakes Smallmouth Bass Bonanza

Surveys show that bass hold the top spot in the hearts of American anglers from coast to coast. A look at the shelves at most major fishing tackle retailer also suggests this trend. From New York to Minnesota, smallmouths may be the most popular bass species. Across...
Early Season Bass: Prespawn

Early Season Bass: Prespawn

https://youtu.be/bTJRWqk6o1I With weather conditions stabilizing following a turbulent spring, largemouth bass move shallow in earnest, feeding aggressively prior to constructing nests for spawning as the water temperature rises above 60º F.
 
In most cases, bass...
Swimbait Magic

Swimbait Magic

Once gamefish complete their spring spawning, it’s time to eat and grow. That urge tends to make summer fishing excellent across the northern states. While walleyes, pike, and bass are known to eat numbers of crayfish and frogs at times, the bulk of their diet is...
Tokyo Rig: Terrific New Option for Bass

Tokyo Rig: Terrific New Option for Bass

Bass fishing often is all about rigging: Texas Rig, Carolina Rig, Wacky Rig, Ned Rig, and more. But when I first saw VMC’s new “Tokyo Rig” in 2018, I admit to being somewhat dubious. I wasn’t sure how it would work, as it differed substantially from the rigs we...
OG Largemouth

OG Largemouth

Have you ever thought about who invented a specific lure or how a fishing technique evolved? For instance, Lori Rapala hand-carved the Rapala minnow in the 1940s — to feed his family in Finland. That exact same lure has become the best-selling fishing lure of all...
Finest  Baits for Fall Bass Fishing

Finest Baits for Fall Bass Fishing

Fall bass fishing is on the minds of every bass angler after a hot summer. Dedicated bass fishermen also anticipate fall as the bass bite often improves as water temperatures fall. This peak inactivity is a widely known phenomenon, but the reasons behind it are less...

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