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  • Howell Kuts It Close at Clear

    By Pete Robbins   March 26, 2010 For a Carolina native who now calls Alabama home, Randy Howell sure has seems to have an affinity for Clear Lake. The first time he visited the northern California gem in 2003 he did well, finishing 27th in a stout B...
  • The Sure Grip

    By Steve LucarelliNortheastern Staff Writer April 22, 2010 “He said the Ohio Pro Lure hook with its Sure-Grip keeper clip was perfect for the lizards, but the lighter-wire Sugoi was better for the smaller crawfish imitations.” This is a quote of mi...
  • Yamamoto Jig Trailer Mix

    April 21, 2010 Story by Russ Bassdozer Jigs Rule!This is a reprint. I first wrote this in mid-2007 (I think). It covers the trailers I used then on jigs and still do today: Yamamoto Craws. In sizes ranging from the bulky 3-series (with or without a...
  • Adaptability

    By Kyle Schauf North Central Staff Writer April 15, 2010 I’ve been fishing the Mississippi River my whole life.  If there is one constant variable on the Ol’ Miss, it is it’s ability to humble a fisherman.  Just when you think you have i...
  • Hooks - Matching the Tool to the Job

    April 14, 2010 By Jerry Puckett *This article originally published in the March/April 1996 issue Inside Line Stick your head inside any auto shop and the first things to catch your eye are the condominium-sized tool boxes sporting names such as Snap-On...
  • Eureka! It's the Original Ika

    Story by Russ BassdozerBack in the pioneer days, "Eureka!" is what gold prospectors of the Old West would shout whenever they panned a little nugget out of a sandy river bed.Hitting paydirt with the 3" Ika (92-series) is also worth shouting about. The 3"...
  • Western Trail - Baits that Always Work, Every Day

    April 7, 2010 By Gary DobynsGYCB National Pro Staff The sports show season is winding down, and I’m looking back on the many questions and conversations I had with anglers I encountered at the shows. Again and again I was asked, “What are your ...
  • Behold the Big Ika

    Story by Russ BassdozerThe 5" Big Ika (series 92B) doesn't get the credit it deserves. Then again, who does?The Big Ika falls in the shadow of the more popular 4" Fat Ika (series 92F).That doesn't alter the fact that the Big Ika is a unique soft bait (the...
  • Advanced Fat Ika Antics

    Story by Russ BassdozerThe Fat Ika's football-shaped body is a good mimic of a shad, young-of-year sunfish, crappie, tilapia and other deep-bodied baitfish. The chunky silhouette of a Fat Ika even matches the shape of a backward-scooting crawdad, replete ...