In the span of about 30 minutes on a dreary, drizzly morning last Monday on Caney Lake, Hunter Freeman and Corey Harris experienced a bite so epic most bass anglers’ wildest dreams probably wouldn’t even come close to what actually happened out on the water. […]
Tyler Stewart graduated from college, finished his apprenticeship and is taking his skills into the workplace. And the point of this? That can help you catch more fish. […]
What happens when angler Sontus Mitchell and big bass are both on the prowl in December on Caney Lake? Let’s just say it’s a merry Christmas for the fisherman — but the fish probably feel more like the Grinch. […]
Saturday, Jan. 23 brought news of a historic blizzard hammering the Northeast U.S.
Forecasts even called for a bit of snow with cold and windy conditions for North Louisiana — meaning most rational-thinking folks were likely putting another log on the fire and hunkering down in less hostile conditions.
Setting the hook is pretty much the moment of truth when you get a bite: Either you miss the opportunity and wind up empty-handed, or feel that exhilarating tug in response and know you have a fish on the line.
Micah McClain’s hookset Monday on the north end of Caney Lake was epic in lots of ways – and so was the fish he ultimately reeled in that afternoon around 2 p.m.