Greg McCain, Author at Great Days Outdoors
The “Other” Guntersville

The “Other” Guntersville

On the Big G, its upper end “fishes like a different lake,” a contrast with stereotypical bass fishing. Lake Guntersville offers a veritable bucket list of bass-producing destinations. Browns Creek, Seibold, South Sauty, North Sauty, Mink, Roseberry (among many...
Hot Weather Equals Hot Panfish Action

Hot Weather Equals Hot Panfish Action

Fishing for bream and crappie sizzles in hottest summer months. Despite the heat, the fishing potential remains good for Alabama panfish through the hotter summer months. While August may not supply classic weather for bream and crappie fishing, good fishermen...
Alabama’s Favorite Stripes on the End of the Line

Alabama’s Favorite Stripes on the End of the Line

There are many ways to catch white bass and their larger cousins, striped bass.  No matter how it’s done, anglers will have a blast when one of these line-sided bulls decides to go the other way. With practiced ease, Bob McVicker flicked a cast toward a submerged...
Running with Ringtails

Running with Ringtails

Coon Hunting Gets In the Blood Warning: Coon hunting is addictive. Those words could well be the mantra of the dedicated coon hunter. While outdoor pursuits propagate diverse addictions in the woods and on the water, very few create the passion and devotion of coon...
Seeing Spots

Seeing Spots

Playing word association with Alabama fisheries yields ideas etched in the mind of almost every serious fisherman. For Guntersville, the images are grass and largemouth bass. For Pickwick, think smallmouth. On Weiss Lake, crappie always come to mind. For Lewis Smith...