Amid a sea of new soft plastic creations, the traditional Kalin’s twister-tail grub is often overlooked by today’s bass anglers. This is unfortunate because the single-tail grub continues to catch big smallmouth bass. Without a doubt, my favorite grubbin’ time […]

When fishing on reservoirs, lakes and river creeks from spring ice, I approach the matter in a comprehensive manner, namely, I do not concentrate on catching one kind of fish, but looking for points where different large fish can come […]

Tyler Anderson can attest to the effectiveness of the umbrella rig, especially in the winter months. During the winter months, the bass fishing can be slow and daunting, but an Alabama Rig can change that feeling entirely. So, without further […]

At the very beginning of March, bleak, known to everyone and loved by many fishermen since childhood, begins to be actively caught on the Izhevsk pond. In Udmurtia, it is usually called a tickle. Despite the small size of the […]

The searing heat of summertime may dissuade some bass anglers from hitting the water but not Power-Pole ambassador Chris Lane. Lane plies his waters of the Tennessee River throughout the lazy, hazy days of summer and imparts a three-prong strategy […]

For those who prefer to sit over holes and see their own car, this article may not be very useful. Indeed, it’s much easier: cold, wet, hungry, started the car remotely – and here you are with all the delights […]

Chris Gibbons from Shell Knob Missouri on Table Rock Lake has found that cold water crankin’ is the best and most productive way to catch all three types of  bass, smallmouth, large mouth and spotted in cold water.  During these […]

Even at the spring exhibition, friends invited them to go with them to the closing of winter fishing in the Arctic, on the Kola Peninsula. The offer was tempting because you can go fishing on those lakes and streams, which […]