Rock Out With The All-New Heavy Metal Tungsten Line Up

The Heavy Metal Tungsten brand celebrates this metal with another awesome form of metal: Rock & Roll. Tungsten is the most precious metal to all fishing enthusiasts, for its increased sensitivity and durability. Through head-banging rock and all the themes associated with it, Heavy Metal Tungsten forms one of the most electric brands of jigs and jig heads are known …

Tungsten Weights: When and Why You Should Fish With Tungsten

Tungsten weights are continuing to take the industry by storm. Some environmentalists have tried to get the lead out of a fishing tackle for years and with the growing popularity of tungsten, they might get their wish. The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) has reported mortality in some waterbird species, notably the common loon has been linked to the ingestion of …

Summer Frog Fishing Tips With The Sauce Legend Jon B

Frogs are some of the most versatile and exciting topwater baits to fish with. Watch Jon B fish a frog in ways some would consider unconventional conditions. Instead of pitching a jig or flipping a Texas rig, Jon begins by skippin’ and whippin’ his hollow body frog up shallow into thick, nasty brush and timber. This helps Jon do two …

Shark Yeets Out of Water and Snags Boy’s Fish

Nothing hits your nostalgia hole quite like memories of a father-son fishing trip. But for this lucky dude, his father-son memories will include a once-in-a-lifetime moment with the coveted Great White Shark. Doug Nelson told ABC News that he brought his son on a group fishing trip off of Cape Cod Bay. They were excited when his son finally hooked …

To Hook Set, Or Not To Hook Set, That Is The Question

Knowing when and how to set the hook is a key to landing or losing a bass. The lures you use will determine whether you set the hook immediately or wait a couple of seconds after getting a bite. Lures also dictate whether you employ the overhead jerk hook set to cross the eyes of a bass or firmly sweep …

How To Spool A Baitcaster: A Beginner’s First Steps

A baitcast reel is the hardest reel for a beginner to learn to cast without backlashing. However, beginners will be glad to know that it is much easier to spool line on a baitcaster than on a spinning or spincast reel. The main consideration when spooling a baitcaster is the line size and type of line you will be adding …

Wade For it…… How To Pack For Your Next Wading Trip

Traveling light is the key to successful wade fishing trips. Less is more in this situation because the more tackle you bring the harder and more cumbersome it is to wade and fish a stream effectively. The type of gear and how much gear I bring depends on the fish I will be targeting in streams.  When I fish for trout, …

Packing For A Plane: How To Fish While Traveling

Packing your fishing gear for a plane flight to that once-in-a-lifetime fishing destination can be the biggest challenge of your dream trip. Fortunately, on most of my fishing trips that require flying, the fishing companies that invited me on the trips usually supply all of the rods, reels, and lures I will need for the trip so I just have …

How To Fish A Deep Crankbait For Summer Studs

Summer becomes vacation time for the novice angler, but for some serious bass anglers, it’s a time to go to work. While many of us get away from work to enjoy the relaxing side of fishing, a handful of competitive anglers take an endurance test of deep cranking for summertime bass. This effective technique requires a few special angling skills, …