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Michigan Bass Forecast for 2015

by Mike Gnatkowski 0

If you’re a Michigan bass angler there probably hasn’t been a better time to practice our sport. Bass numbers are… more »


Illinois Bass Forecast for 2015

by Paul Moore 0

The long wait is finally about over. Winter is loosening its grasp on the state, ice is melting and water… more »


Indiana Bass Forecast for 2015

by Paul Moore 0

It is just light enough to see, and there is a good chill in the air. A misty fog covers… more »


Missouri Bass Forecast for 2015

by John Neporadny Jr. 0

Missouri’s reservoirs, rivers and ponds offer some of the most diverse bass fishing in the country. Farm ponds and Missouri… more »

Ohio offers action on all three black bass species: largemouth, smallmouth and spotted, and all three have their following.

Iowa Bass Forecast for 2015

by Dan Anderson 0

Iowa’s weather in recent years has been hard on humans but just about perfect for largemouth bass. For several years… more »


Ohio Bass Forecast for 2015

by Dan Armitage 0

Bass are among the most studied gamefish species by the biologists with the Ohio Division of Wildlife (ODOW), who are… more »

Here’s where you can tap into some of Missouri’s best crappie fishing this month,  and later in the season as well.

Missouri Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Spencer Turner 0

The lowly crappie is Missouri’s “meat and potatoes” fish. More anglers fish for crappie than any other fish. To say… more »

Anglers in Kansas and Nebraska can look to these locations for solid crappie action.

Kansas and Nebraska Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Mike Gnatkowski 0

Great Plains crappie fortunes depend on water and how much. Fortunately for Nebraska and Kansas anglers, water levels have rebounded… more »


Indiana 2015 Fishing Calendar

by Thomas Berg 0

When it comes to fishing, Hoosier anglers should have no trouble finding a place to wet their line. Excellent opportunities… more »

Matt Davis (left) and his brother Jason Davis, both of West Des Moines, with a sample of channel cats from the region of the Mile-Long Bridge at Saylorville, north of Des Moines.

Iowa 2015 Fishing Calendar

by Dan Anderson 0

Whether you’re looking for a frying pan full of crappies or bluegills, a trophy walleye, or an arm-busting encounter with… more »

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