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  • He's Sold On A Senko - pt. 1

    By Stan FagerstromWestern Staff WriterOctober 28, 2009 Part One   It ain’t big, it isn’t what you’d call pretty and it even smells a bit.But bass anglers with sufficient smarts don’t just toss it into a remote corner of their tackle box an...
  • Yamamoto Pro Judy Wong Catpures Women's Bassmaster Tour Championship

    By Steve PriceOctober 26, 2009Describing conditions on Louisiana’s Black Bayou as a “perfect scenario,” veteran Yamamoto pro Judy Wong led wire-to-wire to win the 2009 Women’s Bassmaster Tour championship with a three-day weight of 36 pounds, 10 o...
  • Twelve Ways To Fish A Worm - pt. 3

    By Margie AndersonOctober 13, 2009 Part Three – Finesse   SPLIT-SHOT: THE LOST ART   The popularity of the drop-shot technique has put split-shotting on the back burner for many anglers, but a split-shot rig is still a dynamite way to ca...
  • Fishtober

    By Mike RadiceNorthwestern Staff WriterOctober 6, 2009The fall season brings out special events like Rocktober on the classic rock stations and Trucktober for buying that new pickup before the big hunt. I submit to you there is also Fishtober because...
  • Howell's Terminal Deal

    By Pete RobbinsOctober 2, 2009The problem with being wiry like Randy Howell is that it doesn’t leave much room on your tournament shirt to add new sponsor logos. The Alabama-based pro has plenty of partner companies, both fishing-related sponsors like T...