The Next Bite crew spans all of North America in search of walleye, muskie, pike, and other “fish with teeth”, in this adventurous, educational-based outdoor series. From open water to ice fishing, the Great Lakes to small lakes and rivers; you’ll feel like you’re alone in the boat, as champion tournament anglers Gary Parson, Keith Kavajecz, and Chase Parsons explain the finer points of how to get the most out of the latest tackle, boating, and electronics. Prepare to upgrade your fishing game with both new, innovative and also, classic techniques to help you get, “THE NEXT BITE”!
Gary Parsons and Dan Spengler head to South Dakota and test prototype crank baits on bowl shaped lakes for walleye.
Tommy Kemos and friend Nate Curell break down the basics on a classic mud bite on the bay of Green Bay.
Korey Sprengel hits big water and breaks down the basics of how to pull spinners over structure on the Great Lakes.
John Hoyer, with good friend Kyle Minke in search of BIG walleyes on deep water drop-offs using Lowrance's Active Target.
Jason Przekurat targets huge walleyes during late summer using glide bait techniques.
Gary Parsons and Dan Spengler head to South Dakota to catch big small mouth bass on small lakes using new crankbaits.
Chase Parsons and Tom Huynh hit Leech Lake for a walleye beat down on a classic technique.
Korey Sprengel gives up some of his best summertime secrets for deep water smallmouth bass.
John Hoyer and Max Wilson use bobbers combined with forward facing sonar to target individual fish in massive weed beds on Mille Lacs.
Tommy Kemos is the definition of a river rat. He walks us through late fall fishing of most river systems.
Chase Parsons, Ty Sennet and Jim Scheifelbein dissect fall flowage walleyes!
Jason Przekurat heads to the Columbia River for a fishing trip of a lifetime.
John Hoyer toughs out a winter musky bite. Cold water muskies are the best!