Bringing the science of weather to the sport of fishing. I'll discuss how weather affects what the fish are doing and how to catch them!
By: Jim Root, 2:48 PM GMT on July 26, 2015
I just got back from Florida and have been playing around with some of the hot new stuff that was just released at ICAST and some of it is just plain nasty! Packs, storage, apparel, it's hard to know where to start with it all! I'm sure you've already seen a lot of stuff, but here are some things I found that flew under the radar that are going to be big hits for 2015 and beyond!
1. Mt Pickett 20 by Paxis Pax www.paxispax.com MSRP: $275.00
Updated: 5:01 PM GMT on July 27, 2015
By: Jim Root, 2:05 AM GMT on July 22, 2015
The inaugural ICAST Cup took place July 14th, 2015 on Lake Tohopekaliga, more commonly referred to as Lake Toho, and it brought out some of the biggest names in competitive fishing from all over the planet. Aaron Martens, Shaw Grigsby, Kevin Hawk, Kevin Yamamoto, David Fritts, Justin Lucas, Casey Martin, Drew Benton, JT Kenney, Scott Canterbury, and many others showed up to compete on one of the most prestigious lakes in the lower 48 that has a reputation for produ...
By: Jim Root, 11:50 PM GMT on June 23, 2015
After spending my entire life chasing huge smallmouth in the Northeast, I picked six of the best fisheries and set out on a mission to see for myself which of those legendary bodies of water wear the crown for the largest and meanest smallmouth bass! My journey will take me to: Ontario, Champlain, Oneida, Simcoe, The St. Lawrence River, and to kick it off I grabbed my buddy and professional photographer Jon Fuchs and went to a place that is often regarded as THE s...
Updated: 11:48 PM GMT on July 21, 2015
By: Jim Root, 7:02 PM GMT on June 11, 2015
Everyone has been talking about how I caught over 200 largemouth at Oneida in just two days. A lot have suspected I was bed fishing, but that's not the case. In this video I'll give you detailed information about where I was, what I was using, and what weather conditions made this all come together, and how you can use that information in your own local body of water to help you have a trip like I did! Click the link below to see it all or go to ...
Updated: 7:03 PM GMT on June 11, 2015
By: Jim Root, 1:22 AM GMT on April 21, 2015
The Upper Chesapeake Bay is home to some monster fish, but it's not as easy as just launching your boat and flipping some docks. There are a lot of variables that need to be taken into consideration if you want to land a trophy!
Tides, Winds, and Weather
For many of us, fishing tidal water can be really confusing. The fish are dominated by it. If the tide isn't right, you can pretty much lay down and take a nap because that's probab...