Greg McCain, Author at Great Days Outdoors
Where Have the Sauger Fish Gone?

Where Have the Sauger Fish Gone?

Sauger Fish, once a winter staple on the Tennessee River, have largely disappeared to such an extent that fishermen rarely pursue them. The fish emerged from the water a glistening, cylindrical image of gold, brown, and amber, eyes a fiery red, and mouth brimming with...
Deep Water Bass Fishing Techniques

Deep Water Bass Fishing Techniques

Pros Offer Tips for Deep Water Bass Fishing The debate seems simple: shallow or deep water bass fishing. Bass fishermen have long argued the issue with individual anglers adopting a shallow or deep philosophy and only grudgingly deviating from the approach. Spring and...
Wheeler Lake Fishing Comeback

Wheeler Lake Fishing Comeback

Embedded in the middle of the Tennessee River chain in north Alabama, Wheeler Lake fishing often gets overshadowed among more-publicized sister fisheries like Guntersville and Pickwick. Add the fact that Wheeler went into a downturn after losing its grass about 10...
Fishing The “Other” Lake Guntersville

Fishing The “Other” Lake 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...