Okay, this might be a bit of a stretch, but think about it: Pickles wrapped in cheese, cheesecake topped with black olives, Cheese Whiz sandwiches. . . Well, according to babycenter.com, pregnancy cravings are a real thing. Similar biological urges, while limited to natural forage, occur in female bass asRead More →

Bass are striking cranks, jerks and jigs

The latest information on fishing in Midstate, Tennessee claims in the United States comes from a few fanatical anglers. They will report up-to-date travel as well as provide suggestions. • Melvin Stewart on the Cumberland River:I got a great weekend fishing from Chris’s ferry and upstream. I believe this season willRead More →


Chunk style trailers are generally intended for the more subtle bass fishing skirted jig presentations when you’re not looking for rocket-fast falls or exaggerated motion. Nevertheless, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Todd Faircloth combines this modest appearance with good movement in a swinging trailer skirted bass fishing jig.   Faircloth favorsRead More →

Winter bass fishing

Aaron Martens was as lax as laid-back, but he was apparently found on Smith’s bass lake. The fish is pushing the herring surface, but is always the longest out of reach. Every time we try to ease the activity, the fish will sound and the opportunity disappears. After 30 minutesRead More →