Drop-shots for walleye? Capt. Joe Fonzi of Gasport made me a believer. Give it a try.
If you're a bass fisherman on Lake Erie and want to try fishing on Lake Ontario, just bring your knowledge and baits. Ditto for Lake Ontario anglers wanting to tackle Lake Erie. Once you find the fish, you should be able to catch them.
All who reap the benefits of these large-scale tournaments and all the fanfare that comes with them taking place in northern New York should be popping a cork.
Aaron Martens of Alabama claimed the $100,000 top prize Sunday.
Summer is here and the bass are waiting for anglers of all extremes. That includes the tournament angler with an expensive bass boat, the young angler casting off shore, and everyone else in between.
Walleyes may lose out to largemouth bass if lakes continue to get warmer
The two are among 12 selected to the team from more than 380 applicants.
A public comment period on numerous changes to New York state fishing regulations is nearing its Oct. 7 deadline.
Too many fishermen put away their topwater baits when summer ends
We can cross the Ozarks off of our bucket list, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be back for some more fun in the sun
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
While trying out a new baitcasting combo on a local fishing lake, a seasoned angler gets schooled by a young fisherman.
Even as the air and water temperatures rise, targeting bass in shallow water can pay dividends
A mushroom-head jig and plastic worm is the ultimate multi-species tool
Catching fish requires finding fish, and the author stresses the importance of electronics on his fishing boat — along with learning how to use those electronics
Proposal would establish Dec. 1 kickoff to one-fish, 20-inch limit
Docks draw baitfish on sunny days; baitfish draw bass
Largemouth and smallmouth bass won’t fall into a strict pattern in September, so have these five techniques in your angling arsenal.
Having the proper tools and tackle will help you become more efficient and effective when practicing catch and release this open-water season.
I recently had the privilege to attend a lecture on the science of catch and release by Dr. Steven J. Cooke, who is an associate professor and Canada Research Chair of Environmental Science and Biology at Carleton University
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