Without a doubt, lure makers have made note of anglers' growing obsession with smallmouth. In fact, the craze has influenced the quality and quantity of lures produced in some surprising ways. Get the inside scoop from a variety of lure makers in the smallmouth industry.
In small bowl, combine lime juice, cumin, crushed red pepper and salt. Whisk in olive oil.
Using sharp knife, trim rind from watermelon slices.
Heat oven to 375°F. Evenly arrange sweet potato slices over baking sheet. Drizzle with 1 tablespoon olive oil.
Freeze fish for 48 hours at 0˚F. Cut into 2-inch pieces; set aside. In large glass mixing bowl, combine vinegars and salt.
Place trout on steam rack; cover with lime juice, lemon juice, pepper, onion and garlic powder.
Slice cabbage into thin slices. Cut into 2-inch lengths. Peel and trim carrots. Using peeler, shave carrots into thin strips.
Brian Snowden reveals what you need to do to catch more bass now.
In large bowl, combine 11⁄2 cups of the all-purpose flour, yeast, 11⁄2 teaspoons of the rosemary and salt. Stir in water and 2 tablespoons oil. Beat with electric mixer 30 seconds at low speed; beat at high speed 3 minutes.
In large skillet, heat oil over medium heat until hot. Add onion; cook and stir 2 minutes or until soft.
The crappie is sportfishing’s undisputed King of Spring. Here's where to find 'em shallow in the spawning season, and when.
NAFC staff and members have caught some big walleyes over the years—some even on video—but this trophy walleye video courtesy of PK Lures—takes top honors. The quantity and quality of fish caught during this segment is astounding. You’ve got to see it for yourself!
Follow this water temperature roadmap to big crappies all year.
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!