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Introducing the New 7.75" Kut Tail Worm - Bigger CAN Be Better!

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By Mike Whitten

October 23, 2014

I’m always excited in July of each year to see just what new creations will come to life as a result of this congregation of fishing tackle companies (and the geniuses who own and run them) called ICAST.

And this year, like several in the past, the supreme Guru of plastics, Gary Yamamoto did not disappoint.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 11:21 Read more...
 

Fall Crappies: Look for Transitions

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By TJ Maglio

October 21, 2014

Fall crappie fishing would probably be a fine alternative definition of “feast or famine”.

One day you feel like there isn’t a square foot of the lake without a hungry speck occupying it; and the next you’ll come back to the ramp with an empty livewell, a low tank of gas, and even lower self-esteem.

Guide Joel Ballweg of Ballweg’s guide service (www.lakewisconsinfishing.com) has been chasing crappies for years on Lake Wisconsin, one of the premier crappie fisheries in the Midwest. He knows firsthand how difficult it can be to consistently catch fall crappies.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 10:33 Read more...
 

Beatin’ The Bank with Bernie Schultz: 2014 Cayuga Lake BASS Elite

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October 10, 2014

Normally I get excited about tournaments held in New York. It’s familiar turf and just about every waterway suits my style. This time, however, I had some concerns.

Part of the famous Finger Lakes, Cayuga was formed by glaciers millions of years ago. Like its sister lakes, it lies primarily north to south, and its shallow shorelines quickly drop into an abyss. The only exception is the upper end, which features vast fields of submerged vegetation. And it’s here that the largest number of Cayuga’s bass reside.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 11:50 Read more...
 

Hite's Bites - Make Your Game Day for a Fall Day

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October 15, 2014

I’m a big fan of fall fishing because it’s a best-of-both-worlds scenario. You can fish shallow or deep and expect to catch big fish on many different Yamamoto baits in both extremes.

That’s mainly due to the drastic temperature change we feel. For the last 4-5 months, we’ve been dealing with basically the same weather forecast – hot. In the fall, morning temperatures are cooler, water temperatures start to decline and days grow shorter. All those changes together push the fish out of their summer habits and into fall patterns.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 10:30 Read more...
 

Moving On Up

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By Jim Gildea

October 9, 2014

Tournament fishing typically follows a logical progression. You start out fishing for fun, then join a club and fish one-day club tournaments. Next, you move up to fishing multi-day events, usually a Fed Nation or TBF state Qualifier or a Divisional. Eventually, if you have what it takes, you transition to a full-time pro with sponsors, a wrapped boat and truck, and a nice paycheck (in theory).

Where folks seem to struggle the most is the move from the one-day club tournament to the multi-day event. There are lots of club anglers who hammer their club in one day events but don’t do as well as you’d expect when they try to move up.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 October 2014 12:48 Read more...
 
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