“Random” Rock Piles

I used to believe in "random" rock piles too.  I spent years pussy footing around on trolling motor only through all the backwater sloughs,...

Google Earth Basics: On Screen Navigation and Using the Toolbar

Before we can go much further into how to really dissect a body of water using Google Earth (GE), we need to make sure...

An Introduction to Google Earth and Potholes Reservoir

This is the beginning of an exploration of Potholes Reservoir and how to better understand it using some tools such as Google Earth.  There...

“You Gotta Find ‘Em”

Rule no. 1 Greg Hackney recently wrote about "rule no. 1".  Rule 1 has always been you've got to find fish to catch fish.  Seems...

How to Navigate New Water Using Google Earth

A beginning guide to using Google Earth to make tracks and waypoints that you can overlay to your mapping on your GPS units to...

How to use Google Earth to plan a bass fishing trip...

In part 1, I covered some basic ways to use Google Earth to analyze a potential body of water for a potential bass trip. Potential. Hope. Optimism. Maybe that's why I enjoy scouting ahead of time in this way. In part 2, I want to begin to go over specifically what to look for. How to find potential bass holding spots and how to create a waypoint for that spot.

How to use Google Earth to plan a bass fishing trip-...

Maybe the most common question I see or get is "where do you go fishing?'  Granted,  that type of questions comes from the more...