Squarebill Crankbaits : A Beginner’s Guide

Since Kevin VanDam won the 2011 Bassmaster Classic in New Orleans, the popularity of squarebill crankbaits has been on the rise. If you’ve never really used one, it might seem like a very targeted approach with their limited depth and potentially limited applications. For me, that hasn’t been the case at all. I want to dispell some myths and shorten the learning Continue Reading

How Slow Should I Fish A Jig in Winter?

Jeff Little drops some awesome winter jig knowledge and how he can find good fish even with sub-40 cold water temps.  How slow should I fish a jig in Winter? I had been asked that question dozens of times before I really knew the answer. Sure, countless hours of fishing in water temperatures below 40 had taught me that the Continue Reading

Camping How To for Beginners in the Outdoors

Contributed by Personal Creations Blog You’ve been looking forward to this for a while. A long weekend of camping with your family, who get to learn about nature by being a part of it for a couple of nights. The lack of bathroom and shower facilities will certainly come as a shock to them, especially if you have younger kids, Continue Reading

Bass Fishing Pre-Frontal Conditions in Late Fall

  Contributed by John Henry Boatright Not many people enjoy bass fishing in the rain in late fall, but count me in. Especially when that rain precedes a cold front. As the days lengthen and the temperatures drop I hawk the forecast like an amateur meteorologist. Yesterday the tone was set, I had a few hours and the chance to Continue Reading

Sponsorship from a Tackle Company's Perspective

You have the talent, drive, and ambition to climb to the top of the professional fishing circuit, but to get there you are going to need help. That’s understandable. Competitive angling is expensive, and most serious tournament anglers require some assistance along the way. Sooner or later, you will have to consider how you might attract some sponsors. The purpose Continue Reading

Feeling Froggy: Tips for Fishing Frogs

Contributed by Cody Carpenter, Wilderness Systems Pro Staff Hollow body frogs are one of my favorite techniques for summertime bass fishing. I have put more time into learning the ins and outs of bass fishing frogs and I get asked a lot what the secret is. I have tried several different styles and brands of frogs and like with any Continue Reading

Wilderness Systems Commander Seat Bar Reinforcement Kit

I wanted to document a step by step installation of the Seat Bar Reinforcement Kit for my Commander 140 so that others would have a guide. If you have any issues with your Commander or are a little bit bigger angler, you may want to install the kit for added reinforcement. This kit will also work with the Commander 120. For the installation you will need a Philips head screw driver, 7/16 wrench, 1/8 hex Continue Reading

DIY No Drill Removable Kayak Fish Finder

I have recently came across a great new rig for using a fish finder on a kayak that offers no drilling or glueing of your Wilderness Systems kayak, and only a little altering of a kayak of any another name. To get started you will need a few items. I like to use top quality stuff and will recommend the Continue Reading

Spinnerbaits & Smallmouth: An exciting combination

Now that winter is starting to set in here in Virginia, I wanted to take a few minutes to share my new favorite smallmouth technique.  Before I get too far, I need to thank Juan Veruete of Kayak Fish PA, LLC.  He provided this technique during my first guided kayak trip with him during the fall of 2010.   This Continue Reading

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