For 80 bucks, you can’t go wrong here, especially because if you buy a Pro Max by Dec. 31, 2011, you’ll get a free Abu Garcia hooded sweatshirt.
It’s a rare thing when I take a trip that doesn’t involve fishing, but sometimes it’s good to break tradition.
Live in the snow belt and love to fish -- but don't enjoying ice fishing? Don't fret, you don't have to wait 6 months until ice-out to get your fishing fix.
The fact that catchability is a heritable trait, at least in largemouth bass, is astounding. And what’s even more astounding is that at least one hatchery company, American Sport Fish is offering bass that were bred not only for improve catchability, but also for their potential to grow to large sizes.
Ryan Gilligan reviews what many consider a fisherman's dream vehicle. First off, the Wilcraft is amphibious and functions as a boat, ice fishing shelter and hunting blind. Watch his video blog for more!
The Alabama Rig: NAF Editor Kurt Beckstrom covers the latest news surrounding the biggest thing to happen to bass fishing in years.
Rather than doggedly sticking with a bait long past the point of diminishing returns; trying to force feed the fish what you think they want, let the fish tell you what they want. Or your fishing buddy.
Don't overlook the mud for late-fall smallmouth action!
It's important to recognize that very few fishing knots work well with all types of lines. In general, you can assume a knot that is good with monofilament is also good for the various fluorocarbons. But don't assume the same hold true for braids.
As promised, this week I’m sharing another recipe that’s equally not mine: Pickled pike. I stole it from an almost illegibly faded recipe scribbled on scrap of notebook paper stuck between the pages of a 40-year-old cookbook in my mother’s kitchen.