Outdoor Channel V.P. of Programming, Mitch Petrie, accompanies Kim on Lake Minnetonka to reveal how the bass are relating to the lake's boat docks.
Veteran Tournament Angler and Lake Okeechobee guide, Tom Mann Jr. joins Kim to discuss the environmental challenges this ecological treasure has endured.
After most Northern anglers have winterized their boats, there's an extraordinary bite to be missed'and it revolves around bluegill.
Kim capitalizes on specific areas where the baitfish are tightly congregated. The pattern is straight forward for smallmouth bass and a drop-shotted Baby Z-Too.
Accompanied by his friend Mike Ebach, Kim probes the vegetated aggregation of cattail reed beds.
Professional guide, Marcel Veenstra accompanies Kim in Indian River, Michigan. This area is well known for producing giant smallmouth bass and once again it doesn't disappoint.
Kim demonstrates the virtues of a Strike King KVD "Deep" 1.5 Crankbait along weed edges.
Although regarded as a nuisance to recreational boaters, Eurasian Milfoil provides a preferred habitat for largemouth bass.
Kim challenges the poetic adage which states "Wind from the East, fishing's the least." Is it fact or folklore?
Kim provides an in-depth look at Lake St. Clair's spawning smallmouth bass and demonstrates the effectiveness of a Strike King "Supa Fry" worm.
Kim and his guest, Brian Evans carefully dissect the inner-workings of a marina break wall and its connection to spawning blueback herring and hungry spotted bass.