The conditions are steadily improving on Dale Hollow. The smallmouth have moved out in good numbers as has the largemouth plus we've started to catch some trophy white bass.
Walleye fishing has slowed by nite but should pick up toward the full moon in early June. The
It seems the rainy season it getting a good start on the Treasure Coast. We certainly need the rain, but it can be a little untimely when you are trying to get out fishing! The winds are still blowing most days recently, but there are plenty of areas to fish and get out of the
Bass fishing is great. The pattern of fishing will change all during the day and everything from top water baits like Chug Bugs and Pop Rís to suspending baits like the Ito Vision 110 jerk baits are catching bass. Grass
Bass fishing is great with a good largemouth bite this week. For largemouth go shallow and concentrate on cover with a Spro hydro pop and a spinner bait. Spots are still on a shad spawn pattern. Fish near hard
Bass fishing is good. With the temperature change this week there has been little change. There are still a few fish left on the bed, but most fish are falling in the post spawn pattern. The spawning fish that are left
Bass fishing is good. Spend the day in Beaver Dam Creek or the area way up the Savannah River. The top water bite is good early in the morning using the Pop Rís and Chug Bugs to catch the bass still in the shallow water.
Bass are shallow and they are biting live and artificial baits in the backs of the major creeks and silver spinner baits and Rat L Traps in bright chrome and baby bass colors are working. Watch for a lot of muddy water
Todayís busy world and todayís busy people need a way to rest their mind, to look to tomorrow with a clear head and continue when times and days are tough. Many of us today use bass fishing as their way out, a means to the end of the tough world we live in and a way to cope... read more
Lisa Adkins called me 3 years ago wanting to go fishing. She was having serious issues to deal with in life and according to her, at an all time low. But it was hard for me to tell because she responded so well to my humor and even better as soon as she started catching fish.... read more
Well, letís see that is me (Little Captain Judy) basically with the same exact hair cut that I have today. Uncle Arthur Lee (Captain Deidra Helmey Jeffcoatís father) is cleaning the cobia, which was held up by a galvanized pipe that we hung in our dock house. As well as I... read more
Every year as we approach the post spawn fishing I look forward to the deep cranking bite; for me there is just nothing sweeter! I guess there is just an enormous amount of reasons that I love the deep cranking bite but the main reason is the ability to catch so many big fish... read more
A stable weather pattern this week brought an early taste of summer to Kentucky as high temperatures topped 80-degrees on consecutive days.
Warmer weather and water temperatures climbing into the 70s tell catfish that itís time to spawn, and anglers who pursue them know... read more
As bass fishing continues to progress and change continues to be constant, the fishing industry is maturing and has evolved toward monster hooks and this craze continues to come front and center. I know we have all for many years used #3 or smaller size hooks for most lures... read more
When youíre on the water and trying to land that big fish for the day, understanding fishing line, knowing its good points and bad points can be the difference maker as to whether or not that big-un gets to the boat. One thing you can bet on is that not all fishing line is created... read more
Biologists in southwest Arkansas are currently conducting a study on Dierks Lake to determine annual catch rates of crappie. Many crappie were tagged with special blue tags behind the dorsal fin and released in January. Anglers who catch one of these fish are encouraged to do... read more