This year’s sectional round was hit by rain, wind and high water – half of the 22 tournaments were postponed from the original date of May 5 to May 8. continue reading ›
Even pushing sectionals back two weeks doesn’t always prevent Illinois weather from interfering with bass fishing. continue reading ›
Wading is simple and gets back to the roots of fishing at its best. Very little tackle is needed to fish a river, and depending on your species of choice, you may end up catching more than what you bargained for. continue reading ›
Recognizing the interest in college angling — Illinois has more than a handful of college teams — Illinois Outdoor News will continue to follow the teams through the spring and into the summer. continue reading ›
The two are among 12 selected to the team from more than 380 applicants. continue reading ›
Top two teams in Costa Bassmaster High School Midwest Open both from Kickback High School in Kansas. continue reading ›
Crankbaits can be put into three different categories. The lipped short body, the lipped long body, and the lipless are the varieties that are the easiest to define. continue reading ›
Although there are more and more choices, anglers should keep in mind that the proper fishing line could make the difference between a good day and a bad day on the water continue reading ›
Largemouth and smallmouth bass won’t fall into a strict pattern in September, so have these five techniques in your angling arsenal. continue reading ›
Having the proper tools and tackle will help you become more efficient and effective when practicing catch and release this open-water season. continue reading ›
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