Learning to read current and using it to locate fish is critical to your success. Here's how to fish rivers and streams for bass!
For many anglers, river fishing is the bain of their bass fishing game. Never fear, VanDam and Zona teamed up to share their river fishing logic and help you put the odds in your favor.
Enjoyable days can be had in shallow rivers and streams. These bodies of water can produce great fishing if you take the right measures. Here's how.
River bass are controlled by their surroundings, which are always in motion. Here’s how to catch them and not be washed downstream.
Few things top a float down a meandering river on a hot summer day with your toes dangling in the water, especially if there's feisty smallmouths tugging on the end of your line.
Find a stream near you to experience a fun and inexpensive way to catch smallmouth bass this year. Here's how.
Unlock the secrets for fishing tidal-influenced rivers to catch more bass in this article.
After dealing with the typical bass fishing decisions, tidal water anglers are left with one more. Should they run the tide, hoping for perfect timing at a series of spots, or do they park on one, waiting for bites when the tide finally “gets right”? Two tidal water experts share how they make that decision.
Many small rivers and creeks are untapped smallmouth fisheries. Wading is often the best way to access them, and it’s easier and less gear intensive than you may think. Here’s how to get started.
Late summer/early fall is a time of transition for smallmouth, and the rivers are low. Here's how to catch those monster smallmouth!
Tailwater — the section of river or reservoir that’s influenced by an upstream dam’s outflow — are bass fishing hot spots. Tap their potential by minding bass location, lure selection and your safety.
When you fully understand a river, and how it works, it holds the key to all other bass fishing.
River fishing can be tough to learn. Here's how to catch huge bass on your local river or stream!