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  • Crappie Corner - Spider Rigging for Bass Fishermen

    By Tim Huffman January 28, 2010 Many bass fishermen love to crappie fish even if they won't admit it. The primary reasons are to take the family fishing and/or to enjoy a more relaxed style of fishing. Catching numbers of a fish that can be thrown into ...
  • If I Had to Pick Just One Color

    By Jim NovotnyWestern Staff Writer January 20, 2010 I was once asked, hypothetically, if I had to choose one color to use exclusively year ‘round, what would it be? I thought how difficult it would be to have to limit myself to a single color.  I...
  • Organization to Combat Cabin Fever

    By Mike DelViscoMid-Atlantic Staff Writer   January 20, 2010 If you haven’t turned on the weather channel or stuck your head out the window lately, it's pretty cold over much of the country and even down here in South Carolina where I live. It's als...
  • TBF Eastern Divisional

    By Jim GildeaNortheastern Staff Writer   January 19, 2010 There’s one thing no tournament angler can deny; tournament bass fishing is a sport of ups and downs. Sometimes the ups and downs happen over the course of a season, sometimes it’s over the...
  • Deep Thoughts On Bass

    By Marc MarcantonioNorthwestern Staff Writer   January 18, 2010 Only a fool thinks they understand bass so well they can catch them with ease. By the time I was sixteen I had become a serious fool. I was sure I knew where and how to catch bass. All on...
  • Ehrler Bags Fourth Win at Shasta FLW National Guard Event

    By Terry BattistiNorthwestern Staff Writer January 18, 2010 There’s a reason Brent Ehrler is ranked second in the BassFan world rankings. He’s a threat on any water he ventures onto – even if it’s a body of water he’s rarely fished. He agai...
  • Ehrler Bags Fourth Win at Shasta FLW National Guard Event

    By Terry Battisti January 17, 2010 There’s a reason Brent Ehrler is ranked second in the BassFan world rankings. He’s a threat on any water he ventures onto – even if it’s a body of water he’s rarely fished.He again showed his authority this p...
  • Winter Tips: Jerkbaits

    Story by Russ Bassdozer Jerkbaits belong to the family of lipped minnow lures. The original was the Rapala Floating Minnow, still made of buoyant wood. It became a sensation when introduced in North America over fifty years ago. It was a revolutionary...
  • The Pick of the Products - New Core 50 Level Wind Reel Is Lightest Shimano Of All Time

    By Stan FagerstromProduct Review Editor January 15, 2010 I had just finished a casting demonstration in Texas last fall when one of the men who had been watching walked up to me. “Could I please take a close look at that reel you were using for the t...
  • The Healthy Angler

    By Gary Shiebler January 15, 2010 Last week, while taking my dogs for a brisk winter walk along the Greenway near my home in Springfield, TN, I came upon a group of fishermen milling about next to a small dam just south of the old, abandoned water plant...
  • Winter Tips: Winter Fishing Time Periods

    By Russ Bassdozer Dusk and Daybreak You often read or are told to sleep late or to go home early on winter days, to fish "banker's hours" - which is fine, but you'll miss potential flurries of feeding activity at dusk and daybreak. Daybreak may be a...
  • Raising the Bar - Ultra-Light Line Tactics for Pressured Fish

    By Mike HartWestern Staff Writer January 6, 2010 (Editor’s Note: Ask any serious angler in southern California who the most dominant angler is and more than likely they’ll all agree it’s Mike Hart. Mike has been fishing tournaments in the west sin...