Hall of Fame angler “Tackle” Terry Tuma talks about catching largemouth bass under tough-bite conditions. Tuma says he often uses a wacky worm and, for more action, a ned rig.
An evergreen tree, a meandering point and a water tower was all the romance needed. I can still remember looking at these things like it was yesterday. But yesterday was 30 years ago. On that
On the occasion of fishing with Virgil, we rigged his purple 6-inch worms Texas style, with the hook point embedded in the worm. Throwing his bait into inviting shoreline cover, Virgil came out with a
The Wooden Shoes of Teutopolis caught 8 pounds, 15 ounces of fish on day two at Carlyle Lake to proverbially “drop the shoe” on what had been a tight field after day one.
Until 20 years ago, opening day of bass season was a big deal at Cross Creek Lake, a Big Bass Program impoundment in Washington County, Pa.
Anglers would arrive the second Saturday in June eager
The Department of Natural Resources has long said that one of its goals is to provide recreational opportunities. Probably the best thing it has done for fishermen – and I really don’t know whether to
When Minnesota’s inland game fish season began last Saturday, the open season for both largemouth and smallmouth bass opened, too. But outside the Northeast Zone, the bass season was catch and release only until May
Hunter Petrovic, a senior at Minooka Community High School, has been selected as a member of the 2023 Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team.
Petrovic has an impressive five wins this past year, including a
Suddenly, 150 or so young bass fishermen up and down Illinois are glued to their cellphones – but it’s not Tik-Tok or YouTube they are scrolling through.
It’s the Weather Channel.
Seventy-five teams are set