I recently had the opportunity to try something new with a few good friends. Growing up in Northern Ontario, I have always had a
As an angler who fishes tournaments as an AM, or also known as a back boat angler, I find that it can be tough
“Beaver” style baits have become a staple in nearly every bass anglers tackle box. Their versatility allows them to be fished in virtually any situation. Whether flipping the bank, dragging a Carolina rig, or finessing stubborn fish with a shakey head or drop shot. There is a beaver for every bass.
The WRVO is set up to be a great resource for tournament anglers and recreational anglers alike. Add the experience and influence Reno Viola has and you can be sure that WRVO is going to be the next big thing.
At the Toronto International Boat Show Live 2 Fish got the chance to see the first RT178 on Canadian soil up close and in person. Best of all, Greg Roth took us on a tour of the boat! So let us know what you think!
I am grateful I had so many people who took me fishing as a kid, I appreciate it so much more as an adult and feel like its my responsibility to share that with future generations.
Much debate has been had about what is the best line. I am not talking about what is better between Fluorocarbon, Braid, Mono or
When my friend Dan from live2fish.com asked me to write an article about fishing, I didn’t know what to write about. I’m no pro,
Ok I hear so many of my friends say I don’t know how to fish them and I don’t know which one to
The nuances of bass fishing never cease to amaze me. I’m captivated by how changes in baits, tackle and application can come together and