ice fishing gifts

5 Ice Fishing Gifts That Don’t Suck

Ice fisherman are some of the pickiest anglers you’ll find on the water. When it comes to buying ice fishing gifts, many of us looking to spoil our favorite ice fisherman can be confused about what to get them. Just because it’s tough to pick doesn’t mean you gift-givers have to cave and wrap them a gift card. Here are …

2 Late Winter Bass Lures You NEED To Be Fishing

A bass’ metabolism slows way down in the winter, so the fish can go a few days without eating if it gulps down one big baitfish. As winter progresses and the water gets colder, big baitfish are hardy enough to survive the cold water, but smaller baitfish such as threadfin shad and young gizzard shad start succumbing to the frigid …

Blade Baits Vs Spoons: A Winter Fishing Battle Royale

When the water dips below the 40-degree mark, there are few better lure options than a blade bait or spoon. Knowing the difference between these two Winter fishing staples will help you put more fish in the boat. Watch along as our boy SB Fishing breaks down his favorite ways to fish a blade bait and spoon. Load Up On …

Hot Diggity Dam! That Is A Winter Fishing Honey Hole

If you put away your boat for the winter or it’s just too cold for you to fish from the boat, your best option for getting in on some wintertime action is to try some bank fishing below dams. The river below an impoundment’s dam concentrates fish year-round, but it becomes an especially productive area to fish in the wintertime …

Your Secret Winter Fishing Hacks For Big Bass

When bass get sluggish in the wintertime your tackle selection shrinks considerably to cater to the mood of the fish. The key to choosing winter lures is to think about slow-moving lures because a bass will usually be swimming slowly even when the fish are in a feeding mode. So I choose lures I can work slowly to tempt winter …

Winter Fishing Tips

Winter Bass Fishing Tips: How To Catch MORE Bass In The Snow

“Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!” -Sammy Cahn I have never heard bass anglers actually sing these lyrics of a popular Christmas song, but I could understand if they did. Often times the bite can actually be fantastic on reservoirs where northern-strain largemouth live, especially if it’s the first snowstorm of winter. Fair-weather fishermen stay home on snowy …