When you go to launch your boat in the water for a fishing trip, the last thing you would expect is to get a deer tangled in your propeller, right?
Guide Chase Calloway of Chasin’ Bass Guide Service in Athens, Texas, was backing his bass boat in the water when his prop hit something, and created a twisted and mangled nightmare on the end of his motor. Chase pulled his boat out of the water and discovered a deer had been caught on his propeller.
The Toad Fly Crew meets up with Mike Ward of Adipose Boatworks in Rockport, Texas for a little fun on the fly in the salt. Tim, Chris and Mike drop an Adipose Drift boat in the "No propeller" zone of the bay and chase some fins.
No better way to spend a long holiday weekend then doing a little bass fishing!!! Friday July 4th, I had a guide trip out on Lake Minnetonka. We launched out of Gray's Bay and kind of stuck to the east end of the lake. We started th...
U.S. Coast Guard interdicts and seizes lancha after 30 mile chase A Mexican fishing boat, also known as a lancha, was seized by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) in the waters off South Texas, Monday.
By Mark Kenyon Today I’m going to make you a better deer hunter by sharing a few basic principles of bass fishing. Yes, bass fishing can help you kill more deer. Any half decent bass fishermen knows the importance of “structure” and...