Recently, we asked our fans what they do when the wind starts whipping. What do you do? Do you suck your thumb and go home? Do you cry and curse the weather man, the Gods, etc? Well our readers gave these answers!Fishing in the wind… Jodey Bruce The wind is a whore that knows no master…. […]
This past summer, H2O Adventures’ Howard Hammonds gave away a multiday fishing trip on Lake Champlain. Mark Koehn won the trip and he was kind enough to send me a recap of his trip… Winner Mark Koehn and H2O Adventures Trip Recap! Well, where to start? First off, I never win anything, so imagine my […]
This beauty was submitted by a reader. Can you imagine this monster slaunch hitting a SPINNERBAIT?! Fishing a lake in Vilas County, Wisconsin with a war eagle spinnerbait and this monster hit like a tank. It measured 24″ Long and 18″ Girth. Weighed on boca grip 8.5 pounds
A Fish story from Terry J Dodge Lost a monster smallmouth yesterday. There’s an old log that that extends from the river bank into the river that I have always believed to hold a large smallmouth. I have cast to this log thousands of time over the years. I have pulled some nice smallies off […]
This is a picture of my son (Nicholas Robinson (6) ), who caught his first smallmouth completely by hisself on artificial while fishing the Cranesnest River in Clintwood VA with his older brother (TW Robinson) and me (Michael Robinson). A very excited young boy…. and dad. Michael Robinson We love to hear stories from our readers! […]
Over at Everything Smallmouth’s Facebook page, we asked our readers the following question: Hey all, I’m writing an article about why smallmouth bass are more fun to catch than largemouth. ” If you agree or disagree, please include your comments below: John Vojacek: Smallmouth are on mine & my 9yr old son’s bucket list. We’ve […]
This was my best smallie fishing a tournament on Dworshak Reservoir May 4th, 2013 went 7.1 and had a 18.7 lb bag for the day.. Outstanding!
Caught and released this Smallie in the Columbia River near Starvation Creek May 2nd 2010. Cool and cloudy weather that day with a water temp of about 56 degrees. Lure used was a Strike King Red Eye Shad in the East Texas color pattern. Photo by Deb Melina.