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Crappie Corner - Milk Run Crappie

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By Tim Huffman

November 24, 2014

Milk run is an old term created back in the days of milkmen. They would have a route of customers and hit one after another to make deliveries of cold milk. Today’s milk run for fishermen is similar. A fisherman makes a round hitting spot after spot where crappie are expected to be taken.

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Cat's Outta the Bag

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By Ken Smith


November 20, 2014

Off and on, it seems that many Yamamoto baits have been the best and the worst kept secrets in bass fishing. I was introduced to them at a time when no one in Texas knew what a Senko was. In truth I was skeptical as well about a bait that looked like a ball point pen. A fluke? Sure, a fluke looked like a little fish, but fish - at least to my knowledge - didn’t regularly eat ball point pens. The proof of course was at the end of a cast and it wasn’t long before I was catching fish and spending other guys’ entry fees on more Senkos. For several years this was a really great arrangement but then somebody told somebody who told their cousin and next thing you know, my best kept secret was several thousand guys’ best kept secret. Today, weightless rigged Texas style or wacky rigged Senko is a staple for all of us.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 09:54 Read more...
 

Beatin' the Bank with Bernie Schultz - Angler of the Year Championship

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November 7, 2014

After a long, hard season, I was ready for a break. But BASS had a different plan. The Angler of the Year (AOY) Championship was next, and it was scheduled for a relatively unknown part of Lake Michigan — a place called Escanaba.

Going in, I liked my chances. Lake Michigan has been good to me. It has lots of smallmouth and they run big. Even better, they can be caught shallow. So with that and a fall feed ensuing, I expected a strong tournament…and with it, an invitation to the Bassmasters Classic.

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Last Updated on Friday, 07 November 2014 11:24 Read more...
 

The More You Put In, the More You’ll Get Out

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By Jim Gildea


November 13, 2014

Bob Savoie and Josh Lane put on a clinic on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire this year. In fact, they won the two biggest events on the lake: the Northern Bass Customer Appreciation Tournament and the Northern Bass Tournament of Champions, winning a Ranger Boat and about $6,000 in cash. Down south, there are more opportunities to win a boat, but up here in New England, we don’t have large enough lakes or big enough fields to generate a lot of prize money. Every team in the area works hard to make sure they qualify for the Northern Bass Supply Tournament of Champions.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 November 2014 08:11 Read more...
 

A Cup Full of Knowledge - RIGGING OPTIONS MAXIMIZE THE VERSATILE DROPSHOT

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November 5, 2014

When I consider all the different baits and rigs available to me as a professional bass fisherman, it’s easy to mentally categorize them by season or scenario. However, the dropshot is a rig with no limitations – you can literally fish it anywhere at any time of the year and catch fish.

I think the universal appeal of the dropshot is what it allows you to do with a bait. By that, I mean you can present a bait in a way that no other rig allows you to – you can hold it in one spot while imparting action on the bait.

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