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Everyone has a fishing buddy that loves shallow water. 
You know, the guy with the chopped up prop and a skeg polished down to bare metal. You'll know him because he's usually got his front locator turned off, and most of his rod guides are missing inserts from using it to tell the depth.Spring: Time to Toss a Spinner Bug Stories

Spring: Time to Toss a Spinner Bug

Denali Rods

Everyone has a fishing buddy that loves shallow water. You know, the guy with the chopped up...

A buddy of mine has a saying when we are introducing a new hunter to wild turkey hunting. He tellsThe Most Common Turkey Calling Mistakes to Avoid Turkey

The Most Common Turkey Calling Mistakes to Avoid

Brad Eden - April 22, 2015

A buddy of mine has a saying when we are introducing a new hunter to wild turkey hunting. He...

Can you imagine a catfish with such strength that it can reduce even the most testosterone-filledAn Angler's Journey to Thailand: Catching the Mekong Giant Catfish Catfish

An Angler's Journey to Thailand: Catching the Mekong Giant Catfish

Anietra Hamper - April 22, 2015

Can you imagine a catfish with such strength that it can reduce even the most...

During the Bassmaster Classic Expo earlier this year, I had the opportunity to look at all the latest gear the bass world has to offer. One booth caught my eye, The Wright & McGill/Eagle Claw booth. I had the opportunity to talk with their national sales director, Drew McGill. Skeet Reese Victory Pro Carbon Reels Product Review Reels

Skeet Reese Victory Pro Carbon Reels Product Review

Robert Sutton

During the Bassmaster Classic Expo earlier this year, I had the opportunity to look at all the...

On July 2, 2009, when it was announced that Manabu Kurita had caught a 22-pound, 4-ounce largemouth that tied George Perry's 1932 all-tackle world record, and had caught the astoundingly huge fish not in the United States, but in a Japanese lake, a lot of American bass anglers were puzzled.A World of Bass Stories

A World of Bass

On July 2, 2009, when it was announced that Manabu Kurita had caught a 22-pound, 4-ounce...

In the world of walleye fishing, Arkansas' Greers Ferry Lake is hallowed water.Still the Walleye Capital of the World? Fishing

Still the Walleye Capital of the World?

Keith Sutton, OutdoorChannel.com

In the world of walleye fishing, Arkansas' Greers Ferry Lake is hallowed water.

There's nothing like a juicy venison burger loaded up with thick bacon, melted cheddar cheese and a crisp onion smothered in barbecue sauce.Venison Garlic Bacon Burger Recipe Wild Game

Venison Garlic Bacon Burger Recipe

Nevada Foodies

There's nothing like a juicy venison burger loaded up with thick bacon, melted cheddar cheese...

The wait is almost over for turkey hunters in Kentucky. A calendar shift pushed the state's 23-day general spring wild turkey season back this year to the third weekend in April. It opens Saturday, April 18 and runs through May 10.Kentucky's Spring Turkey Season Opener Stories

Kentucky's Spring Turkey Season Opener

Kevin Kelly, Kentucky Afield Outdoors

The wait is almost over for turkey hunters in Kentucky. A calendar shift pushed the state's...

Morel mushrooms are a ball to find and fried morels are my favorite.Easy Butter-Fried Morel Recipe Outdoor Cooking

Easy Butter-Fried Morel Recipe

Raschell Rule

Morel mushrooms are a ball to find and fried morels are my favorite.

 



When one thinks of trophy largemouth, California is usually, if not always, the numberCalifornia Bass Angler Lands Monster 16-Pound Largemouth Other Freshwater

California Bass Angler Lands Monster 16-Pound Largemouth

Chris Schneider - April 17, 2015

  When one thinks of trophy largemouth, California is usually, if not always, the...

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