Category: Blog Posts

Looking for action-filled fun: Try white bass

April 24, 2023

By Greg McCain One of the time-honored fishing rituals of spring is playing out across the country. Heeding the yearly clock, the white bass run is upon us. In the South, white bass begin their pilgrimage on spawning runs as early as February in some locations, reach a peak in March, and slowly wind down…read more

Wading for Mississippi Slabs Remains Hot with Hall’s Guide Service

April 20, 2023

Like many other forms of crappie fishing, wading for Mississippi slabs draws a unique crowd of dedicated fanatics. The practice is a time-honored tradition on the Big 4 Mississippi lakes, appealing to a hardy lot of local fishermen and a few visitors who battle rising and falling waters, cold fronts, bugs, and the occasional snake…read more

Cork fishing: 5 Things to Know

March 20, 2023

By Greg McCain The cork bobbed gently in the ripples created by a south wind and then disappeared without notice. Setting the hook, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the crappie on my home lake in northwest Alabama had already arrived shallow over a month before the calendar flipped to spring. The use of…read more