by Ted Pilgrim For river smallmouth bassers, “fall” carries a wonderful meaning. Across their North American range, smalljaws are on the move. Whether their riverine travels take them on lengthy journeys or short sojourns, bass respond to shorter days and cooling waters in one very important way: with great hunger and aggression. At the epicenter […]
This month the The American Outdoorsman YouTube Channel will feature turkey hunts from the TV vault. To kick things off Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly learns about compromise while hunting in Missouri.
by Bob Jensen Largemouth bass can, at times, be pretty receptive to whatever lure you might put in the water. On some days they’ll eat pretty much anything you throw that’s appropriate for where they’re hanging out. If you throw a bait that’s made to work in shallow water, and if the bass are shallow, […]
In this highlight of the The American Outdoorsman show, AO TV host Jim Mueller travels to Florida to take on the opportunity to reel in one of the most dangerous fish the world, the bull shark. You can see the entire show here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4WmlnQpu2c
by Bob Jensen | A new fishing season is underway. Some anglers commit themselves to trying new baits and techniques every new season. Fishing can be like the weather in mid-summer: Both can be very hot. To take part in this potentially fast action, you’ll need to do things a little differently than you would […]
by Bob Jensen | Early summer can provide some of the best fishing action of the year for many species of fish found in the Midwest. In fact, many very successful anglers consider June to be the best time of the year to go fishing. Walleyes and bass are particularly susceptible to an angler’s presentation […]