When hooking up to your boat trailer, how many times do you have to get out of your tow vehicle and walk back to check on the stormy relationship between its hitch ball and the trailer’s coupler? […]
Well, finally we have some very good — if not totally surprising — news about Mississippi being anointed as No. 1.
Yep, we’re numero uno in something that many of us care a great deal about. […]
So what is a redear? It is a panfish and cousin of the more common bluegill.
While the bluegill is named for the powder-blue edges of its gill cover lobe, the redear is named for the bright edges of its lobe, which can range from a dull orange to a bright red. […]
When Brock Mosley gears up for shallow cranking in April, he makes sure his boat has plenty of his favorite square-bills.
“I like the new Bagley Rattling Killer B square-bill that’s similar to the original ones, but this one is made out of plastic and has rattles in it, too,” Mosley said. […]
After spawning, crappie on Lake Pickwick make their way out of the shallow areas and head for mid-range flats where they recover from the spawn and start feeding heavily on baitfish that are also transitioning to deeper water. […]
It might be stating the obvious, but there are two primary species of crappie. With crappie season in full swing, all crappie tend to get lumped together into one species and most anglers don’t fish any differently, or even care what the differences are. […]
You must understand water levels and temperatures to find and catch April pre-spawn and post-spawn bass at Pickwick Lake.
But if you know what type of bank and structure to look for and what baits to use you’ll catch more and bigger bass. […]