I thought that I would share some tips that I learned over the years of changing my Death Well into a Livewell with the WFN members and readers. Through my own experience, the research and magazine articles that I have read over the years which has allowed me to stay competitive in the tournaments. I will touch on some of the products that I have used for my livewell system over the years and
An expert musky guide, a former bass pro and an Infisherman contributer lend us some insight on the importance of scent when it comes to fishing for different species of fish.
Today's blog is the third volume of the Elemental Series: Fire. High temperatures will cause most fish to 'lie low'. Especially walleye and big pike. Even the bass tend to have a slower bite until later in the evening when it starts to cool off. But for those of you who refuse to be skunked, here are some tips that I have found useful when fishing in hot weather. Fire it into Cover Thick
Trout, pike, largemouth bass as well as many other fish can see relatively well even in dingy and stained water, but have you ever noticed that fish seem to always bite better when a lakes surface is perfectly calm? There is a reason for this; it is known as the mirror effect. Fish are constantly