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Pro Tips for Big Catfish This Fall

by Terry Madewell 0

One of the best species to pursue during the fall season is catfish, especially really big catfish. Here’s how to… more »


Tweak Your Sonar For Crappie Fishing

by Brad Wiegmann 0

If you’re using your fish finder the same way for bass and crappies, you might be missing out on a lot of slab action.


Possible Tennessee Record Largemouth Caught, Released

by Dylan Polk 16

A possible record-breaking largemouth came out of Tennessee’s Pickwick Lake — and chances are, it’s still there. Lance Walker, CEO… more »

Image courtesy of Illinois Department of Resources

Teen Lands Illinois Record Walleye

by Dylan Polk 3

A 15-year-old angler has taken down an Illinois’ gamefish record that’s stood for 50 years. Rockford, Ill., native Nick Tassoni,… more »

Oldest fish hooks

World’s Oldest Fishhooks Found in Southeast Asia

by Dylan Polk 0

Looks like fishing is an even older tradition than we thought. Archeologists recently discovered a stash of prehistoric fishhooks in… more »


Freezing Feet? Try Thermacell Heated Insoles

by Dylan Polk 0

Hunting and early season fishing in freezing conditions almost certainly means freezing feet, and that makes it a literal pain… more »


Three Ways To Crank Up Fall Bass Fishing

by Rod Hunter 2

MAN-MADE RESERVOIRS Man-made impoundments can be classified into two basic types — highland and lowland. The former are characterized by… more »


Kevin VanDam’s Fall Bass Fishing Tactics

by Matt Straw 5

Bass change location and attitude in a heartbeat at the end of summer. They respond to shorter days and temperature… more »

The Caney Fork gives up plenty of fiesty rainbows like the one taken by Tennessee Sportsman editor Jimmy Jacobs. Photo by Polly Dean.

Late Summer Tennessee Fishing Hotspots

by Jeff Samsel 2

Don’t do it! If you’re one of those anglers who usually hang up the rods this time of year to… more »


Fall Fishing in Minnesota

by Mike Dombroske 0

The days are getting shorter, the water is getting cooler, and the evenings are getting crisp. A change of seasons… more »

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