Learn more about Arizona's best-kept secret. It'll surprise you.
We’ll look back at life in 2011 with a feeling of nostalgia
Pass on your passion for fishing to others, no matter their age or experience
Do you know what hybrid cars, rock-hard abs, motorcycle helmets and indestructible rubber dog leashes have to do with my job as a fishing magazine editor?
Help a kid “keep fishing close,” even when they don’t have a rod in their hand
Ice Belt bass fanatics fish the nastiest days for open-water smallies
Eating this fish is nothing short of attempted suicide.
Underwater cameras have taught me definitively why heavy lines typically don’t work as well as lighter lines, especially for panfish, and it really had little to do with line visibility.
Gobies. I’ve caught the awful things by accident dragging jigs for Erie smallmouths off Buffalo, New York, pulling ‘crawler harnesses too close to bottom on Green Bay and jigging for whitefish through the ice.
Most anglers understand the importance of maintaining core body temperature, and the art of layering clothing from your undies to that last water- and/or windproof level. What I’m talking about are the three areas that are the hardest to keep warm—and usually the main reason you decide to call it quits early—your head, hands and feet.