…It’s The People That Matter

By: Matt Razey There are so many things that make this sport of bass fishing the greatest thing in the world. The challenge of going out and catching them no matter what the conditions, changing and adapting throughout the day, figuring out the puzzle, the anticipation of heading out for a day on the lake, landing […]

Pre-Spawn Dynamics

Being bass fishermen in New England, we’ve had to face a few facts over the course of our early careers as anglers. We know that a five pounder means a lot more out on the Concord River than it does on Falcon Lake. We laugh when we constantly read about creek channels in Bassmaster Magazine […]

Early April 2014

Well, we’ve all pretty much experienced our first glimpse at open water here in Massachusetts. The same can not be said for our friends in the Granite State unfortunately! And while the chilly grasp of winter is still clinging to all of us in New England, spring bass fishing is in full gear – especially […]

Spring 2014

Days before the vernal equinox, I have begun to see the gradual emergence of ice-out here in New England. Of course, the Cape lakes will be the first to open up as usual, and the northern lakes to follow a few weeks later. This past weekend, I checked out Lake Wequaquet in Barnstable County. From […]

The Working Man’s Game

by Marc Shea, Founder       For many of us, both recreational and tournament fishing can be a struggle to blend into our every day lives. In a perfect world, we would all live lakeside with covered boat slips. The ideal angler lifestyle would allow us to generate a partial or livable income by […]