This is a great time of year for bass fishing in North America. Many lakes, especially in the Northern area … Continue reading 3 Great Rod and Reel Combos for Prespawn Bass!
I was on the air this morning with my buddy Lee Rayburn from News/Talk 870 95.9 FM WHCU Ithaca, NY … Continue reading 2 Hot new products and where to get them first!
13 Fishing is a different kind of company, and when you combine the beauty of the Trick Shop it takes these products to a whole new level. Continue reading Why you should choose 13 Fishing.
While competing in the Bassmaster Northern Open at Douglas Lake in Dandridge TN The Weather Channel came to do a story on how bass fishing is impacted by weather. Learn how different conditions can impact bass fishing differently. Continue reading The Weather Channel: How Weather Impacts Bass Fishing
One quick internet search and you’ll see that the heart of the debate for years has been which body of water reigns supreme in the smallmouth fishing world: is it Simcoe, or is it Erie? And to be honest with you, that’s really the driving force behind the summer series. I wanted to see for myself which was the top dog. Continue reading Smallmouth Smackdown Part V: The Beast, Lake Simcoe
I grew up fishing the Chenango River in Upstate NY, and I just took a quick trip down it on October 11th. Now granted, I had just gotten back from having spent two days at Lake Ontario, so I wasn’t expecting to have my mind blown. But I did catch about 40 smallies, and it took me a minute to figure them out but once I did I could catch them at will! So here are three tips that will hopefully help you do the same! Continue reading 3 Tips for Chenango River Smallmouth Bass!
Let me start by saying how deeply appreciative I am of the over 200 young girls and women who came out in 40 degree weather and rain to fish yesterday at my annual fishing clinic at Amahami with the NYPENN Girl Scouts of America. Continue reading 2015 Youth Fishing Clinic rains buckets of BIG fish!
By now most people have heard about how beautiful the Finger Lakes region of New York State is. The Cayuga and Seneca wine trails are spectacular, and the fall foliage can deliver some of the best countryside views you’ll ever experience. But what you may not have heard about is just how good the fishing has gotten at the largest of them, Cayuga Lake. Typically Cayuga is a known destination for trout anglers, but in the past two years this massive body of water has produced some giant largemouth bass. If you don’t know what to look for, unlocking it can be a daunting task for sure. But I’m going to show you what you need, where to go, how to present your baits, and even where to stay while you’re there, so that you’ll have an absolutely magical experience. Continue reading The Quickest Way To Catch a 20 Pound Sack At Cayuga Lake!
While most of New York has adopted a catch and release season for Largemouth and Smallmouth bass outside of the … Continue reading Smallmouth Smack Down: Six Lakes in Six Weeks! Part IV, The St. Lawrence River
A few weeks ago I was sitting around a fire with a bunch of friends, “calmly discussing” what lake in … Continue reading Smallmouth Smack Down: Six Lakes in Six Weeks! Part III, Lake Ontario