Josh Bragg brought a five-fish limit weighing 21.20 lb to the scales in an ABA tournament victory on Lake Wheeler, Alabama.
Barry Stokes easily wins an ABA tournament on Lake Oconee with a five-fish limit of 19.22 pounds, while Kevin McKee won on the co-angler's side.
Is your livewell well-equipped for hot tournaments? The V-T2 is double trusted to eliminate the triple threat of heat, low oxygen levels, and the build up of harmful metabolic gases.
Here's a look at some of the biggest bass caught in recent ABA tournaments.
Brandon Gaylor's three fish weighing 13.46 lb was good enough to win an ABA tournament on Watts Bar Lake in Tennessee.
Pro Staffer Justin Hires explains the benefits of the V-T2 Livewell Ventilation System to tournament anglers for keeping their fish alive and healthy in their livewell.
Steve Winslett brought over 23 pounds to the scales in an ABA victory on Lay Lake, all thanks to swim jigs and a 9.2-pound kicker.
Take a look back at some of the Big Bass winners in recent ABA tournaments.
Bryan Schmitt won the divisional season opener in an ABA tournament on the Potomac River.
JP DeRose shows how to tie an improved clinch knot, one of the most popular and useful fishing knots out there.
Chris Whitson brought an impressive 26.67 pounds to the scales in an ABA victory on Lake Guntersville.
JP DeRose provides step-by-step instructions for how to properly tie a palomar knot.
JP DeRose provides some tips on how to set up slip floats for skein fishing.
JP DeRose shows how to snell your hook for skein fishing.
JP goes over everything you ever wanted to know about the makeup a good jerkbait, from its profile and set of hooks, to its lip and weight transfer system.
Angling guide Brian Peyton talks about using 'a hitch' to rest a pool when fishing for Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Angling guide Pete Stacey talks about a good day fishing for wild Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Angling guide Gord Robinson chats about fishing for trophy brook trout in Newfoundland and Labrador - the last frontier.
Robert Walser brought over 25 pounds to the scales in an ABA win on Lake Santee Cooper.
Take a look at some of the lunkers caught in recent ABA tournaments, including some nice 8- and 9-pounders.
JP goes over some of the varying styles of jerkbaits, and how they can target different depths.
JP DeRose offers tips on how to best use wacky rigs to catch bass, including proper casting and retrieval techniques.
JP DeRose describes what wacky rigging is all about, and demonstrates how to set it up for best results.
JP DeRose talks about how to properly set the drag for different types of fishing lines.
JP DeRose demonstrates the proper way to spool a spinning reel.
I’m sorry I didn’t respect the job a Guide does more. True professionals who are able to guide for a living day in and day out - my hat is off to all of you.
Karl Kalonka talks about a road trip to remember.
This week on Extreme Angler TV we`re back in cottage country Ontario, its late summer and the bass fishing is both hit and miss. Some days its all about the numbers and not many big boys, other days, its all about the size and low numbers. Which do you prefer? For me, its all about the SIZE!! And on this particular day, the bites we`re few and far between, but the size of the bass, we`re well w
Talk about adventure, excitement and fishing as extreme as it gets! That`s what you can expect on a road trip filming shows in Mississippi for some of the worlds biggest crappie.
It was an emotional weekend and this was an emotional win for the father and son team of Phil and Kevin Broussard. “It's been a lifelong adventure with my dad and I am so blessed to get to continue the journey with my best friend”, stated Kevin.
This week on Extreme Angler TV we`re back on the Kawartha Lakes system in Southern Ontario in early June looking for some early summer walleye on deeper weedlines. A lot of anglers can be intimidated by bright sunny days and flat calm conditions when fishing for walleye in early summer, but it doesn`t have to be this way if you pay attention to the small details of fish location, altering
Under Armour Joins HT3 Outdoors for 2013The 2013 Academy Sports and Outdoors HT Invitational Series as well as the Shock H2O Tour will partner with Under Armour for the 2013 tournament season.
This week on Extreme Angler TV the topic is "Does color make a difference when it comes to topwater fishing for bass". A heavily debated topic over the years by many who swear by certain color baits on specific bodies of water. With so many options of topwater bait to choose from including weedless Snag Proof frogs, poppers, buzzbaits, walking style baits and everything else in between, cho
Some people say they are the easiest form of cover to fish for largemouth bass. More people believe big bass harbour around boat docks from time to time. I agree, but only if you know how to fish them right, big difference. This week on Extreme Angler TV I go thru a typical day in cottage country fishing for largemouth bass on a bright sunny day in mid summer and decide the day is going to
We`re back on top this week on Extreme Angler TV, except this time I have a few more tricks up my sleeve while filming a action packed show in the Georgian Bay region of Ontario. Most of you know I love those Strike King Spit n Kings for both big smallmouth and largemouth bass, but this time I have a couple other baits tied on that provoke some great water splashing strikes and scraps. Strike
The best in rods partners with the best in professional redfish tournaments. Waterloo Rods has long been known as one of the top, custom rod makers in the country and now HT3 Outdoors, The HT Redfish Series and The Shock H2O Tour will be given the responsibility to professionally promote their product, and we are thrilled.
There is something very special aboout fishing for smallmouth bass in the fall. The leaves are in full color, there is a lot less angling pressure and the bigger smallmouth bass are on the feedbag big time! Depending on where you like to fish for smallies in fall, my favorite is and always has been in near cottage country, the opportunities for locating and catching some of the biggest brown ba
In 2013 Justin Boots, long known for their involvement in professional rodeos and for making the world's most comfortable, best made boots will in 2013 partner to become the presenting sponsor of the 2013 Academy Sports and Outdoors HT Invitational Redfish Series.
Never get enough of crappie! On this weeks episode of Extreme Angler TV,I return to the "land of giants" in good `ole Miss. Mississippi is home to some of the best crappie fishing in North America, offering so many lakes that harbour hubcap sized slabs in the three pound range on a regular basis to visiting anglers worldwide. Fishing with my good buddy Tim Blackley of the Strike King Pro Team
This week on Extreme Angler TV, I welcome a special guest on-board, and that is Debbie Thomson from Windsor Ontario who participated in the "Monster Contest" we ran last winter on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, etc. Debbie was drawn as the lucky winner to appear on the show which was filmed on location at Olive the Lake lodge, owned and operated by my buddy Bruce MacDonald
This week on Extreme Angler TV, its early summer in southern Ontario and Bass season is a mere two weeks old and the bass are still very near their spawning locations and fairly easy to locate and catch.With so many different options of baits and presentations to use over the course of the season, I wanted to use a bait or combination of baits and a presentation that targeted bigger bass an
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 13 OSCODA MIXED BAG TROLLING MARK ROMANACK Oscoda Mixed Bag Trolling By Mark Romanack In the northeastern Lower Peninsula lies the small community of Oscoda. One of the richest sport fi
Casting jigs for walleye is one of the least understood of the popular walleye presentations. Mark Romanack sheds some light on the subject while casting jigs on Makoop Lake in Northwestern Ontario.
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack HARBOR BEACH LAKE TROUT, EPISODE 11 MARK ROMANACK, FISHING 411 HARBOR BEACH LAKE TROUT By Mark Romanack Nestled in Michigan’s “Thumb Region” is the quiet port of Harbor Beach. No one goes here except to go fishing and one trip to the area w
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack MANISTEE RIVER STEELHEAD, EPISODE 10 MARK ROMANACK Manistee River Steelhead By Mark Romanack The town of Manistee, Michigan is a sleepy little tourist village with a big maritime history. At one time Manistee was one of the busiest ports on the Great Lakes
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack MAKOOP LAKE MONSTERS EPISODE 9 MAKOOP LAKE MONSTERS By Mark Romanack There’s something to be said for getting off the beaten path. In the fishing game less traffic almost always yields better fishing. In the case of Makoop Lake Lodge in Northw
FISHING 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 8 BIG AL FISH FLASH Move over ordinary flashers, dodgers and rotators, there is a new fish attractor on the market. Introducing Big Al Fish Flash stage right. The Big Al Fish Flash is dominating the salmon and trout scene on the west coast, but only a handful of anglers here in
FISHING 411 WITH MARK ROMANACK LAKE ERIE TROLLING SECRETS EPISODE 7 WORD COUNT: 734 Back in May of 2012, Fishing 411 Host Mark Romanack teamed up on Lake Erie with walleye pro and long time friend Tommy Skarlis. The focus of this meeting of the minds was to help other anglers better understand the dynamics
Nipigon’s Untapped Brook Trout By Mark Romanack It’s no secret that brook trout are a species commonly found in remote areas. Highly prized by anglers, this member of the “char” family only lives in waters that are crystal clear and pollution free. &
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 5 ST. CLAIR BROZEBACKS When talk turns to smallmouth fishing, Lake St. Clair is almost certain to dominate the conversation. Lake St. Clair isn’t one of the Great Lakes, technically it is known as a Great Lakes Connecting Water. Either way Lake St. Clair is plenty great
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack JIGGING FOR STANNARD ROCK LAKERS FISHING 411 EPISODE 4 Lake trout are one of those fish species most anglers know little about. The name is even misleading as lake trout aren’t even trout. This species is actually a member of the char family closely related to the brook trout. In
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack March Walleye Jigging on the Saginaw River Episode 3 Vertical jigging in rivers for walleye has been one of my favorite fishing presentations for decades. In part, this method of fishing appeals to me because of the rush I get when detecting a bite and setting the hook into that fish.
Fishing 411 with Mark Romanack EPISODE 2 ARKANSAS STRIPERS By MARK ROMANACK Lake Ouachita (pronounced wash-it-taw) in western Arkansas is hands down the place to be for those who are targeting trophy class striped bass. Mark Rogers, the sales manager for Okuma Rods and Reels, has been fishing this region for severa
FISHING 411 with Mark Romanack BLOG EPISODE NO. 1 A TASTE OF FISHING 411 MARK ROMANACK The opening day of Michigan’s walleye fishing season isn’t a matter of life or death; it’s much more important than that for many. The last Saturday in April is forever scribed on the calendar as not o
Talk about excitement and action! On this special edition of Extreme Angler TV, its mid january and I get a real good taste of saltwater, fishing with my good buddy Bruce MacDonald of Olive the Lake fame who spends his winters in sunny Sarasota Florida, on board Outriggers Charter Fishing with capt. Ryan Rolland. I have been fortunate to fish for a wide variety of hard fighting fresh wat