The search bait will often cause bass to show themselves, even if they don't take the bait.
Adjusting to conditions, and better knowledge of electronics and seasonal patterns can turn a day around.
A quote that has been a guiding principle of leaders reads: “If you are not concerned with who gets credit, you can accomplish a whole lot more."
My solution to surviving the cicada noise while backyard barbecuing is to put on a good bluegrass CD such as Rhonda Vincent or Ricky Skaggs and turn up the volume.
There is a certain look you get when it’s paired with a giant smile. And it's easy to see the elation on a kid's face when they catch a fish.
Naturally occurring woody cover like laydowns are prime bass fishing cover but can be challenging to fish with conventional baits like jigs an…
With the help of Early Bird Kiwanis member Herb Drier, Dennis School students got a practical education on a recent field trip.
What are your favorite outdoor activities? Could it be hiking, birding, rock climbing, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, four wheeling, or any one of the many other outdoor behaviors?
Since late October, I've been working every weekend on an old boat — a 1985 Ranger 340V that has been quite the undertaking.
Dwight J. Violette’s life is a lot quieter now. It has been for the last 16 years.
Prizes will be awarded for biggest fish, smallest fish, and most fish in each age division.
Most tackle and boat companies work very hard at building brand affinity. Brand loyalty is a tough nut to crack due to the number of choices anglers have today.
The Crappie USA Region Three competition brings local and national fishermen to Lake Decatur.
We are all lumps of clay, and when young, we had to me molded.
CARBONDALE — Dwight J. Violette’s life is a lot quieter now — it has been for the last 16 years.
I love to fish tournaments — big, small, middle size, regional or national, it doesn’t matter.
I remember it like it was yesterday ... too young then to know, but reflecting back to grade school and high school, the lessons learned those days were the ones that formed me.
Mount Zion Parks and Recreation Commission to host a groundbreaking ceremony for the Fletcher Park Splash Pad on Wednesday
Works by Ron Dugger, 86, include watercraft that can go up to 4 mph and intricate bridges. “Having retired when I did, you sit around home, you get pretty bored,” he says.