Mono leader provides stretch Topwater strikes make anglers’ knees go weak, but the thrill of victory can quickly turn to crushing defeat when monster bass pull off. And the current trend of using braid with […]
Nothing like topwater frog explosions Bassmaster Elite Series pro Keith Combs has to put fish in the boat year round, but he experiences what every other angler does during the summer: Tough fishing, when five […]
No twitch, just slow steady retrieve is key for Dularge trout Mother Nature has been a true hag this year, baking South Louisiana with scalding temperatures well into October. But November ushers in what Dularge […]
October is normally when Capt. Marty LaCoste pounds Dularge’s speckled trout population, however it just hasn’t happened yet this year.
But there is still plenty of reasons to launch in the fishing port — redfish are swarming. […]
Fall can be an unnerving time for bass anglers, as the fish seem erratic while transitioning out of summertime patterns. But Gonzales Bassmaster Elite Series pro Gerald Spohrer said that unpredictably is actually a misunderstanding.
The Mississippi River was absolutely beautiful a month ago, signaling a great fall run of redfish and trout. And then torrential rainfall swamped the Midwest, sending the river sky high.
The anticipated crazy action in Venice was ruined — but all is not lost. You simply have to know where to go to find plenty of hungry redfish.
This fall was setting up to be epic for anglers launching out of Venice. The Mississippi River had been nice and low for a couple of months, and its waters were that beautiful shade of green that signals crazy fishing action.
Is there anything worse than having to spool a reel while on the boat? I mean, after you spend the time to snatch the old line off the reel, you then have the pleasure of fighting a plastic spool of new line rolling around the boat — and it’s a pain to ensure you’re putting the line on the reel tightly.