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It’s been just over 16 years since braided line took the bass fishing world by storm, but today, perhaps more than ever, anglers still question where, when, how and why to use it.
Name one game you absolutely hate playing, but when you’re forced into it you desperately want to win. Easy: bumper boats.
Read all about the happenings of NAFC Executive Director Steve Pennaz in his fishing blog.
An Arizona pro fisherman takes the average angler through the process of frog fishing.
NAFC member Thomas Saunders shares the story of his 8-year-old son Tristan who caught a 15 1/2" largemouth bass at a recent fishing derby.
Meet the winner of the Anglers' Legacy Sweepstakes, Tim Rongstad, who helps spread the pasttime of fishing to youngsters.
Springtime river fishing means two things: big walleyes and strong current. It means the former of the two, provided you can figure out the latter of the two. In high water, strong current, tournament situations, you need to know about the flow if you want to end up in the dough.
Everything you need to know about crankbaits in two simple checklists: crankbait selection criteria and environmental factors.
Life Member Kim Henderson had never dreamed he’d be a television spokesman for the sport of fishing, until he found out he’d won an Anglers’ Legacy contest through World Fishing Network (WFN).
Just north of Paradise Island in the upper reaches of Florida’s Lake Tohopekaliga, the depth gradually eases down to about four feet where, if you can find the outermost edge of the hydrilla, you have a pretty good chance of getting a bass that’s more than 10 pounds.