Winter camping is easier than you think. Winter camping done right means you can enjoy some delicious solitude in the outdoors. Read More
We found the hottest new rivers, lakes, and streams—one for every state—to catch big bass, trout, walleye, catfish, and more. Road trip, anyone? Read More
For many anglers, especially in the Northeast, there comes that time of year when we can no longer fish in our area for a while....aka, Winter. Ice starts forming on the lakes edges, so getting the kayaks or boats in the water is no longer an option, snow falls and our ramps get blocked off by the piles of snow from the snow plows. The time comes when we have to winterize the boats, put away the kayaks and fishing gear until the world thaws out again. But for some of us, we are just waiting for our lakes and ponds to freeze over completely so we can get on that hard water and back on those fish! Until then... we become certified crazyyyy! Read More
My alarm is set. 5:00am, 5:05am, 5:10am, 5:15am. I can’t oversleep. I’ve got somewhere to be in the morning. I can’t be late. I can’t let my partner down.
It’s 2:00am and I need to be awake in 3 hours... why can’t I just fall asleep? This is when I feel like a child on Christmas Eve. The excitement and anticipation of what tomorrow might bring keeps me awake, wondering and hoping and wishing. Tomorrow is tournament day!
I spend most of my fall days fishing from my kayak and always have 3 rods with me. While I know that fall fishing varies depending which part of the country you are fishing, I am in the state of New Hampshire and here are the 3 lures I always have tied on and that work best for me for Largemouth Bass in the fall. Read More