Follow this water temperature roadmap to big crappies all year.
Now that maps are better, more widely available and cheaper than ever, the playing field has been leveled—or so it would seem. Pros still catch more and bigger fish than most other anglers, and they do it in the face of this unprecedented competition. Here’s how.
Today many bass professionals and other leading anglers fish fluorocarbon for the benefits it offers beyond its stealth factor. Strength, abrasion resistance, sensitivity and the ability to take lures deeper, or sink them faster, are just a few.
More species and situations are tailor-made for goby-style softbaits and anglers who stay on the leading edge of this trend will reap the rewards of innovation.
We all know sound can factor into getting bass to bite, but that’s about all most of us have to go on. One sound does not fit all bass, fisheries or conditions.
Winter location and movement have been largely overlooked in the heart of walleye country. Thanks to recent efforts by Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ John Pitlo and his successor Mike Steuck, however, we now know more than ever.
A massive redesign has made the 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 a new class leader.
Sage advice for the steelhead obsessed everywhere.
Bill Huntley’s plan to showcase Wheeler Lake’s remarkable largemouth fishery in a major tournament appeared ruined after a hard rain across northern Alabama turned much of the impoundment muddy.
The new hybrid is said to get closer to 22 mpg in town—and 20-plus on the road. That’s around 50 percent better, and that equates to a savings of about $4,000 over five years of driving.
The crappie is sportfishing’s undisputed King of Spring. Here's where to find 'em shallow in the spawning season, and when.
NAFC staff and members have caught some big walleyes over the years—some even on video—but this trophy walleye video courtesy of PK Lures—takes top honors. The quantity and quality of fish caught during this segment is astounding. You’ve got to see it for yourself!
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!