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!
There was so much new ice gear this year, we weren’t able to fit it all between the pages of the December/January issue of North American Fisherman. Here’s even more great stuff for hard water!
Berkley NanoFil was awarded with the Best of Show and Best New Line Awards at this year’s ICAST show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The American Sportfishing Association announced the Best of Show award winners during the Chairman’s Industry Awards Reception at the 2011 ICAST exhibition—where tackle and equipment manufacturers showcase all the new gear that will be available to fishermen in the coming months.
Next time you reach for a jig, put it back. Lighten up one size from what habit or instincts tell you. With patience, practice and a little artistry, you'll control the bite instead of it controlling you.
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!
The world leader in fishing line development introduces a NEW ultimate spinning reel line that pushes the limits for minimum diameter and maximum strength. Berkley® NanoFil™ with its thin smooth texture allows anglers to effortlessly cast further with unsurpassed precision.
Slip float tips, tricks and rigs for more fish all year.
Check out some of the best and innovative products from the 2009 ICAST show.
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.
Without a doubt, tossing topwaters, especially buzzbaits, is a fun way to fish bass, but too many anglers subscribe to the “throw-and-hope” theory. They count on the lure’s gurgle and squeak to turn on bass and bring them in. Of course, that can and does happen at times. But to elevate your buzzbaiting from a technique that’s always fun to one that’s always fun and often productive, requires the firing of substantially more cerebral neurons.