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Featured Fishing Article
Fish February For The Biggest Crappie
“When you see the ground spewed up with dirt and ice creating little volcanoes in February, that’s the time to start crappie fishing,” the late John Powell, an avid bass and crappie angler, from Montgomery, told me many years ago.

February is often the coldest month of the year. Most crappie fishermen are waiting for the dogwoods to start blooming and for the weather to warm up in March to start crappie fishing....

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Lake Shelby on Alabama’s Gulf Coast has been identified in “Ripley’s Believe It or Not” as one of the few places in the world...

The jerkbait is a winter staple on Alabama waters. Elite Series pro Hank Cherry is among the best in the business with a jerkbait in hand.

“Dad, I don’t know what’s wrong, but I can hardly reel in my line,” I said.

It was freezing cold as we were...

It’s cold outside, and if you’re a deer hunter, the bucks ought to be rutting in many parts of the state. You might not be thinking much...

Imagine the thrill of catching fish that could seemingly compete with the experience felt after tying your line to the back of a 4-wheeler and trying...

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