Fishing for thousands of days over the past 30-plus years, I’ve encountered some pretty wild weather. Here are a few of the extremes that really stand out from the other ...
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Casting accuracy is the easiest way to start catching more fish. The more often you put your lure in places where fish are likely to live, the better your odds of catching them.
It used to take years to figure out what was on your graph. Now with DownScan and StructureScan from Lowrance, it’s easy. Fishing pro Tom Redington shows how the latest fishing technology makes it super-easy to find fish, trees, structures, and bottom.
Q. I’m going fishing tomorrow, and I would like to know if you know where some cheap rod and reel combos are?
Q. I have never caught a bass in my life, even though I’ve been fishing a lot. I really want to catch a smallmouth bass. What are you’re suggestions? Here’s the question: How do I catch a smallmouth bass?
Q. What size crankbaits would be best for trout? (Rainbow, brown, and brook trout are the ones that I want to catch.) And what type (lipless, pin’s minnow, topwater popper, etc.)
Q. How do I keep my line from getting tangled on logs or other debris in the water?
Fishing pro Tom Redington explains how to properly handle largemouth bass and other fish to prevent harming them before releasing. Releasing sport fish ensures more and bigger fish for future fishing trips.