by Bob Jensen | As we get farther into the autumn period, the weather gets a little cooler. It’s generally not bitterly cold this time of year, and in fact the weather can be beautiful. That’s what makes fishing such a good thing this time of year. However, there are some days when it does […]
by Bob Jensen | To some anglers, lure color isn’t that important. To other anglers, color is very important. To the most successful anglers, lure color is part of the equation. In a good number of situations, whether it be open-water or ice-fishing, the color of your lure can affect how many fish you catch. […]
Dave and Ron York set there sights high in the altitudes of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. They are very successful in calling many immature elk into their sights, but pass. Their patience pays off when a big bull responds to their call in this muzzle loader hunt.
by Bob Jensen As we get closer to the 2015 open water-fishing season being in full gear, it’s fun and productive to think about and talk about some things that can affect our fishing success, and there are a good number of those things. Some of those considerations involve the lures we choose to use. […]
Landing a tuna in the open sea will definitely work up a sweat. Our cameraman, Corey Meisenzahl, found this out with Mark Tobin over his shoulder acting as cheerleader. Flying dolphins and some nice underwater video highlights this short segment.
by Bob Jensen I joined fishing guide Scott Madison on the Missouri River near Yankton South Dakota this past week. Due to flooding last year, some stretches of the Missouri have changed a bit. That is true on the river near Yankton. There are sand bars where there didn’t used to be sand bars. […]