Photos Jake’s Fishing Photos Jake struck gold on Wilson Lake in Alabama with these monster smallmouth bass. This 350 pound marlin was caught by Jake in the Gullfstream off of Hatteras NC. Jake has a great day catching these 30 inch red fish in Lake Charles Louisiana. Jake’s 25 pound Tennessee river Striper. Jake’s 5 pound trophy peacock bass, caught in Miami. Mac Byrum and Jake with two nice James River catfish. Jake traveled more than 2400 miles to the red River in North Dakota to catch this personal best 22.8 pound Channel catfish. On one Canadian fishing trip I caught more than 200 of these fine smallmouth bass on one single lure. Fishing is a family affair. This is my son John with a northern pike. I needed some help to hold up this 45 pound James River blue catfish. Cold weather didn’t stop my brother in law Ron Jurcy from boating this 40 inch northern pike. Jake Shows Off Another Trophy Catch Wilderness fishing is flying into a lake and fishing where there is no one within 50 miles of you. Sunset Autumn Lake Birds are always a good signal of the location of the big fish. Every angler should try fishing the quiet of a secluded farm pond. Jake Shows Off a Trophy Catch Florida Everglades provides some great bass fishing but there are many observers along the shorelines. Wilderness fishing offers a view into history. This old Indian fishing cam remains on the shores of a beautifull wilderness lake. Freshwater Lake A Boat Waits for Its Fisherman Peacock bass require that you visit these beautiful Miami canals, The fishing is even better than the scenery. Peaceful Lake Serene Lake Teaching young folks to fish is an integral part of Jakes objectives. All of Jakes books contain detailed information on how to interpret sonar images. To get a complete picture of great fishing, Jake heads for wilderness Canada twice a year to gather data on northern wilderness fishing. This Peacock Bass lured Jake to Miami Fla. Jake expands his fishing knowledge by flying his own airplane to many outlying fishing spots. Jake spends more than 200 days each year on the water gathering information for his books and papers.