Smallmouth Fishing

 Christopher Smith

Smallmouth Heaven: Grand Traverse Bay

Michigan is full of prime smallmouth bass waters that range from small streams and rivers to the biggest lakes in the world, the Great Lakes. There are as many opinions as to which fishery is the best in Michigan as there are places to fish. Most everyone knows about Lake Michigan, Lake Huron and Lake […]

 Christopher Smith

Why Smallmouth Bass Are More Fun Than Largemouth Bass

Why Smallmouth Bass Are More Fun Than Largemouth Bass

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 […]

 Christopher Smith

Lake Champlain Bass Season Opens

Lake Champlain Fishing Report by Howard Hammonds: Finally opening day of bass season is here.  Well not really, we have been  fishing  ”catch and release” for weeks, it just means we can keep bass in our live wells and fish tournaments. Yea!!! Plunder Bay  tournament is Saturday morning, good luck to all. The bite is really on, especially […]

 Christopher Smith

Biggest Tournament Smallies

We recently shared an article about the 8.45 lb smallmouth bass caught by Tim Schneider in a tournament on Sturgeon Bay on May 17th, 2013. That catch attracted a lot of attention so Dale Bowman of the Chicago Sun Times set out on a quest to find out if that was the largest bronzeback ever […]

 Christopher Smith

Everything Smallmouth, Kistler Rods and Paul Krew Hand Poured Bait Give Away

Everything-smallmouth.com, Kistler Rods and Paul Krew have teamed up to give away 3 packs (55 baits) of Paul’s hand poured, amazingly detailed custom soft plastics to one of our lucky subscribers each month for June, July and August. And just announced… Kistler is offering their KLX Grass Punching-Stump Grinder X Heavy 7′ 3″ rod in […]

 Christopher Smith

Sometimes They Just Aren’t Biting

What’s the old joke about fishing when you don’t catch as many as you thought you would or God forbid, you get skunked? “That’s why they call it fishing, not catching” I got the opportunity to fish the Delaware River yesterday, near Phillipsburg, NJ. We hit the water at 4 pm, hoping to capitalize on […]

 Christopher Smith

Rod Balance More Important Than Weight?

Fishing all day can begin to put a strain on your wrist, elbow or shoulder. With each type of presentation, there are different repetitive motions and these can begin to cause fatique by the end of the day. Perhaps you are continually trying to upgrade your rod and reel to the lightest on the market, […]

 Christopher Smith

Spending On Angling in the USA

A US Fish and Wildlife survey confirmed that spending on sport fishing in the United States is a huge economic force. Despite a decline from the 2006 survey of $47 billion there is over $41 billion dollars spent annually in the United States. Fresh water anglers spent over $25 billion in 2011. Of the $41 […]

 Christopher Smith

Top Bass Lakes in the United States: 2013

Bassmaster has released it’s list of the top 100 bass lakes in the United States. Even better, two of the top 5 are fantastic smallmouth bass fisheries. Even better, number is one is the amazing smallmouth fishery of Lake St. Clair!. Bassmaster sites the fact that St. Clair is coming on strong as a good […]

 Christopher Smith

How Are Smallmouth Bass Replicas Made Today?

Many avid fishermen want to save the memory of their greatest catches. However, the art of taxidemy regarding fish has changed drastically in recent years. Instead of actually using the fish in the mounted trophy, taxidermists today employ different methods to achieve a result that is not only longer-lasting, but also an almost-perfect recreation. When […]

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