Featured by Joe Doggett
Fishermen Should Never Say “Never”
Here’s an interesting little tidbit from Japan. A scientist at Kyoto University found that an indigenous landlocked salmon species declared … Continued
Catch Postspawn Bass by Imitating Spawning Bluegills
This time of year, spawning bluegills will move to the shorelines of lakes and ponds. Their bedding sites can be … Continued
The Lone Star Lowdown
Sure, most hunting is a pay-to-play arrangement in Texas. But with plentiful game and long seasons, the investment is well worth it.
Where to Hunt in Texas: Deer, Doves, Turkeys, Hogs, Ducks, Javelina
The enormous whitetail buck stepped out of the mesquite brush and stood broadside to me at 100 yards. His dark … Continued
Go Where It’s Warm
How to find hotspots while it's still cold.
The Summer Angling Equation
When summer weeds threaten to choke your bass fishing, you need to keep a handy formula in mind.
In the first and last hours of daylight, bassmen tired of modern run-and-gun tactics come face to face with primal fury.
The Red Reel
This Swedish import revolutionized the sport of baitcasting.
Confessions of a Spinnerbait Addict
The lure from hell I can't stop using.
An underhanded presentation works well on nervous fish.