The biggest argument with crankbait anglers is centered around rod selection. The big question is whether graphite or fiberglass rods are best. […]
If an angler wants to match the hatch, size matters when selecting a lure. But so does color. […]
If you had to pick one lure to use this summer to stack up Atchafalaya Basin bass, which would you pick. A worm? A jig. […]
It is hard to think of catchy line to announce the news about Venice: Bass fishing is making a comeback. Several club tournaments and reporters are beginning to see an upswing on Venice bass.
Hurricane Isaac did a number on the lower Mississippi Delta, but Mother Nature has a way of repopulating an area. Immediately after the storm, reports were dismal to total devastation. But never underestimate the power of the mighty Mississippi and the amount of sediment, food and fish she moves in a few short months. […]
Fall is a great time to be on the water. First, most boats on the Pearl Rivers are loaded with hunters rather than fishermen. Second, jig fishing takes off as the leaves turn and the weather cools off. […]
Twenty-five miles south of Jonesville, Larto Lake is tucked into some of the best backwater fishing in the state. Late winter bass action on Larto, with its oxbow shape, is a jig fisherman’s paradise. […]
As the Pearl River flows past the town of Bogalusa on its way to Lake Borgne, the winding path provides a state line for Louisiana and Mississippi, but the scenic beauty offered by the river is boundless. […]