Entries for 'Jim Edlund, Web Editor'
Puzzled, I put my rod down, took a drink of water, and started up the motor to head to another flat. Then it hit me: tight-lipped fish often require ultra-finesse presentations. Why not drop-shot?
Sportfish abundance and size are decided by far more than angling pressure
With nearly $4-per-gallon gas being a reality for most of us, we all know how energy needs affect our budget and lifestyle. Fish, too, face an energy crisis. Indeed, they live in a perpetual one.
Late spring and early summer provide some of the best opportunities of the year to catch bass in shallow water with a spinnerbait. The reason is because bream as well as shad, both prime forage for bass, have moved shallow to spawn, and bass are taking advantage of it.
Oklahoman Jeff “Catfish” Williams is often up a creek in April, and he couldn’t be happier.
Learn more about petite presentations that yield epic cold-water smallie action.
Kurt reviews 2012 outboards, giving readers the scoop on new releases and upgrades.
Monte and Kurt give you the straight story on 2012's hottest new boats!
Anglers are using UV-colors in more and more situations in new regions of the country, leading tackle companies to offer more UV-brightened lure options. Find out the latest here!
Devils Lake guide Jason Feldner spends many winter days targeting perch through the ice and has learned the keys to finding and catching them.
The rabbit turd look-alikes are also the product of a messy, sometimes rancid-smelling disco you do in your kitchen when the wife's at her sisters'.