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6 Go-To Crankbait Strategies for Cold Weather Bass

by Jeff Samsel 0

Cooling days and nights prompt active bass to feed, feed, feed as baitfish concentrate and the fish anticipate tougher conditions…. more »


10 Biggest Catfish World Records of All Time

by Jack Vitek 0

Unless you live in Antarctica, the only continent they aren’t known to inhabit, there is a species of catfish nearby…. more »


10 Biggest Muskie World Records Ever Caught

by Jack Vitek 0

In the world of freshwater fishing, few fish are as highly sought after and revered as the muskellunge (Esox masquinongy)…. more »


The Michigan Mission: A Sportsman’s Quest for 5 Species in 72 Hours

by Charlie Puckett 0

In 1492, an ambitious emissary of the Spanish Crown set sail across the Atlantic on what was described as a… more »


Top 20 States for Fall Fishing in 2014

by Dan Johnson 0

Across the country, natural lakes, rivers and reservoirs come to life in autumn, yielding some of the year’s best fishing… more »

2014 Reader's Choice Awards

Cast Your Vote & Win $500: The 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

The best gear tests are the ones done by you—on the water, cast after cast, retrieve after retrieve. It’s your… more »


10 Must-See Fishing Movies for Every Angler

by Charlie Puckett 0

Many will quickly find this list of fishing movies to go against the current. There are a few mainstream titles… more »


Best States for Crappie in 2014

by Keith Sutton 6

When it comes to American angling, crappie are unique fish. The world is home to only two species—the black crappie and… more »


Bad Ass Fish You Better Not Lip to Land

by Keith Sutton 0

When you’re fighting a fish on rod and reel, it’s easy to get distracted. You’re thinking about one thing and… more »


State-Record Tiger Muskie Caught in Washington

by Charlie Puckett 0

While the international community of muskellunge hunters continues to quarrel over its century-old world record controversy, one angler can rest… more »

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