- What’s This, and What’s it Doing in Florida?
- The Chill on Peacock Bass
- Snakehead Fishing 101
- Doug Hannon, “The Bass Professor,” Dies at 66
- Coming Sunday: Attack of the Bass!
- The Alabama Rig
- FWC: Get Kids Outdoors This Summer
- Green, But a No-Glo on Worm Powder
- Bass Fishing Kids On Tour in Broward, Palm Beach Counties
- Florida Angler to Represent U.S. in World Catfish Classic (and She’s Smiling About It)
An expert’s secrets for catching great-eating crappie. This year, there was a surprise crappie spawn on the St. Johns River in January, centering around Dunn’s Creek and Crescent Lake. A few savvy fishermen found those fish concentrated in shallow water.
Scientists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) have uncovered a new species of black bass in the southeastern United States. Scientists have proposed naming the new species the Choctaw bass and recommended the scientific name ofMicropterus haiaka.
A hard- or soft-body toad is absolutely tantalizing to bass near cover. Working the bait on the surface in-between a mat of grass or stretch of lily pads produces exciting strikes from bucketmouths. It’s why the baits are so popular amongst bass tournament anglers, and why a number of lure-makers are producing impressive amphibian imitators.
Florida Sportsman member: UrbanAnglerMiami It wasn’t too long before we started to get hits, bumps, and super aggressive charges. The water is almost back up to normal levels in most parts, the sun was shinning, winds laid down finally and the peas were out for blood today.
The possibilities for taking advantage of the upcoming license-free freshwater fishing day, Saturday, April 6, in Florida are almost endless.
Fishidy, a map-based social network for anglers, will begin its first in a series of online chats hosted on Fishidy where the general public will be able to chat online, in real-time with BASS Elite Series angler and 2003 Bassmaster Classic champion, Mike Iaconelli.
Doug Hannon, known as the “Bass Professor,” whose unique expertise in a wide range of design skills and academic subjects in and outside of angling, died Thursday, March 28, at his home in Keystone, a north Tampa suburb. Hannon was 66.
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