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

How to Catch Cold Water Smallmouth

Words and Photos by Blace Hutchens Winter is setting in, and your local river has become frigid. Are you planning to hang up the paddle until spring? Do you still chase river smallmouth when the water temperatures drop below 50 degrees? A few of us die hard anglers can’t wait until spring for another chance to feel the tug of Continue Reading

Cold Weather Tackle Choices for Bass

Written by Rafael Vargas, Courtesy of HobieCat Cold season is here and for some of us bass bites tend to slow down substantially. As the anticipation for spawning season builds, we can’t help but daydream about the upcoming spring days. Meanwhile, we have two options; either go out and brave the weather while risking hypothermia as we hunt for suspended Continue Reading

Winter Jig Fishing Formula

Contributed by Lucas Ragusa, BASS Central Open Pro Lots of people ask me what is my favorite way to catch a fish. My number one answer is “In the mouth!!” All jokes aside, to be a competitive bass fisherman you have to be able to remain versatile and at the same time do what your comfortable doing. You MUST have confidence in 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

Winter River Bass Fishing Tips

Contributed by John Henry Boatright Inevitably it happens, every year. In the words of the Starks, “Winter is coming.” You can’t avoid it and neither can I, but you don’t have to let Old Man Winter ruin your river fishing. Instead, use his tricks against him and learn to keep putting river bass in your yak through the cold months Continue Reading

First Redfish on a Fly Rod….

It took a lot longer than I had expected, but this past Saturday I finally caught my first Redfish on the fly. I have caught Snook, Trout, Largemouth Bass, Panfish, Gar, Ladyfish all on a fly rod. The Redfish however had eluded me for quite a while now, so I made it one of my fishing goals for this year Continue Reading

Big Winter Speckled Trout

The winter season means different things to each person. Winter can mean cold, snow, dismallness, laziness, etc. To some people like myself, it means big appetites for big speckled trout. This time of year can be a wonderful time to target those trophy class gators that anglers hear about. In the Chesapeake Bay region in Virginia, the Elizabeth River is Continue Reading

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