Bam! Not long after Johnny Cumberland slid his canoe into Okatibbee Creek at the crack of dawn, a bass smashed his Rebel Crawfish crankbait and dove down into the swift current.
What do a couple of computer gurus, a mom and a pipe fitter do to occupy their time on muggy summer nights?
Editor’s Note: The eighth stop on our year-long Catfish Hotspots tour takes us back to the Mississippi River, where despite the sweltering summertime heat, fishermen can go deep and find the big ones.
Pat and Jay Pickle of Rolling Fork are a father-son fishing team that has been running the Mississippi River together for trophy catfish for most of their lives.
Even when the deer hunter does everything he or she thinks is correct, plenty of things can and usually do go wrong on a whitetail hunt.
So on our list of summertime favorites, we find cookouts, lemonade and offshore bass fishing.
Hunting season is right around the corner, so it's time to brush up on what not to do in pursuit of that giant deer.