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.
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.
Professional bass fisherman Tom Redington shows how bladed jigs like the Chatterbait are one of the bass pros’ favorite lures anytime largemouth bass are chasing shad or minnows.
Fishing lures come in hundreds of colors, but can fish even see color? If so, how well? Fishing pro Tom Redington explains the color vision of bass and how scientist discovered the answer about fish’ color vision.
Which hand should you use when reeling in a fishing reel? Fishing pro Tom Redington helps you chose whether to use a left or right hand fishing reel to help you catch more fish.
“Walking the dog” with topwater lures is a great way to catch lots of big bass. With just a few basic steps, fishing pro Tom Redington teaches you how to use this effective fishing technique.
Be quiet or you’ll scare the fish. How many times have you heard that? Fishing pro Tom Redington (quietly) explains which noises will and won’t scare fish like largemouth bass.
With big largemouth bass moving shallow to spawn in the spring, fishing pro Tom Redington explains how to catch bass during spring warming trends and also where to find bass after cold fronts slow down the bite.
With hundreds of crankbait lure colors to choose from, picking the right color for bass fishing can be hard. Fishing pro Tom Redington has tips for choosing the right crankbait colors for various conditions.
For anyone spending time on the water, too much sun exposure can have long-lasting effects, from aging spots and wrinkles to skin cancer. Fishing pro Tom Redington gives a few simple tips to protect yourself from the sun, while keeping cool in the process.