One of the questions that I was asked was in regards to which jig trailer I prefer and why? This is a pertinent question to address because using a jig for bass is a solid presentation anywhere in the country, especially during the spring.
As I sit here having my coffee and watch the orange glow on the horizon slowly emerge over a frozen and very white landscape, my mind is still in awe of what transpired over the last three days in the bass fishing world.
In any sport, there are certain weeks of the year where there is that proverbial “buzz in the air” (or via Social Media now) that people greatly look forward to. In the bass-fishing world, that week is upon us…the Bassmaster Classic is set to kick off this Friday, February 21.
Despite the second Polar Vortex we faced in Minnesota two weeks ago and a substantial snow event, the Minneapolis Boat Show went on and people came out, some were just out to do something other than stay in their homes, but many attended with a purpose.
As we enter the second week of February with yet another round of frigid temperatures, my brain is constantly looking forward to the month of March. For anglers here in Minnesota, this is the month that signifies sport shows, melting snow and the countdown to spring is dwindling.
As you begin or look to finish up your Christmas shopping and are in need of that perfect gift for a family member or friend that is an avid angler, or looking to put something underneath the Christmas tree for yourself, then here are some helpful suggestions for you to make Christmas shopping easier for you this Holiday season.
Glenn Walker breaks down fishing line and lets you know what fishing line is the best for different situations and why.
As the saying goes, “he who dies with the most toys wins,” throughout our lives we make a living to be able to buy those toys we want. For me those toys are 99 percent fishing related. Since I am an avid tournament bass fisherman my collection of tackle, rods and reels could allow me to open up my own tackle store.
I recently fished the FLW Event on Lake Chickamagua. Watch the viedo below to see what baits worked for me during the event.
We’ve all been there at some point on a fishing trip, you are just absolutely hammering the fish and you start to lose power to your trolling motor or worse yet, your starting battery.