In the real world of fishing, there is only so much most of us can do equipment-wise. Gear can be extremely expensive and that leads some to believe their hopes of catching big bass and other fish are in vain. That is not true. The pursuit of big fish is … Continue reading
It is easy to catch speckled trout during the fall when the fish are gorging themselves on shrimps under flocks of gulls. Catching big trout in the fall be a challenge. If you can discipline yourself to forget the small fish on top and use 3/8 our 1/2-oz jigheads to … Continue reading
Whether you are freshwater or saltwater fishing shad (or their cousins the menhaden) are a crucial part of the successful pursuit of game fish. Everything from largemouth bass to flounder eat them so you need to understand their importance and how to respond to their presence. I could go on … Continue reading
I was looking through some video clips of redfish feeding frenzies and came across some stunning underwater footage. If this does not make you excited, nothing will.
Rick Clunn has attained a level of fishing knowledge that blows me away. The 4-Time Bassmaster Classic Champion is not only a master of competitive fishing but also a genuine student of fish and fishing. I have been blessed to spend some time on the water with him on two … Continue reading
The Corky is known as the top slow-sinking soft plastic for speckled trout on the Texas coast. Yes, it imitates a mullet but the magic of the Corky is its slow sink which pushes the bite button on big trout which tend to be a little less aggressive than their … Continue reading
How many time has it been too windy to fish the main body of your favorite bay? Probably far too many times to count. I experience this Saturday as it was calm enough to fish Sabine Lake for about 15 minutes and then what was a semi-choppy morning turned brutal … Continue reading
Greetings real world anglers. Check out this video for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for one of you to fish with the one and only Jimmy Houston and myself and to be on the cover of Texas Fish & Game with Jimmy. Chester Moore
Crappie fishing typically involves catching numerous undersized fish to bring home enough for the frying pan. Hooking the fish deep in the throat can be a problem so fishing guide Roger Bacon reveals a technique for taking out the hook that allows the fish to be caught another day.
TF&G Exec. Editor Chester Moore and guide Roger Bacon talk about the importance of using polarized shades while fishing and duck hunting on a hot, windy September day.