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  • Crappie Corner - Tips to Improve Your Fishing - pt 2

    By Tim Huffman May 31, 2010 Part one included patience, having a plan, improved casting, learning to tie knots and using a spinning reel. In part two we continue looking at practical ways to improve your fishing. ...
  • Fishing Mexico: Worth the Risk?

    By Shane BeilueSouthern Staff Writer   May 27, 2010 Lake Falcon, located on the Texas/Mexican border near the south Texas town of Zapata, is arguably the best bass lake in the country.  Unfortunately, it also poses the greatest threat of being he...
  • What's In A Club?

    By Bob LechelSouthwestern Staff Writer   May 24, 2010 The Wikipedia definition of a club states as follows: “A club is an association of two or more people united by a common interest or goal.”  Every weekend, thousands of competitive bass cl...
  • Two-tiered Fisheries

    By Mike RadiceNorthwestern Staff Writer May 24, 2010 Hot, arid western states have found a real watershed in creating and managing two-tiered fisheries.  Not only does it take advantage of the scarce supply of water but it multiplies the efficiency...
  • Bass Federation National Championship

    By Jim Gildea Northeastern Staff Writer May 14, 2010 It’s not easy to qualify for the Bass Federation National Championship, but there aren't too many events out there with less than a hundred competitors, over $200,000 available in prize money, and...
  • Life Is A Changin’

    By Nick BarrNorthwestern Staff Writer May 12, 2010 I began fishing six years ago. I was a starry-eyed twelve year old entering middle school, freshly bitten by the “Bass Bug”. Yes, I had a hook on my hat like Larry “The Cable Guy”. The summer ...
  • The Case for Finesse: An Overview of Four Go-To Techniques

     By Shane BeilueSouth Central Staff Writer   May 11, 2010  Swimbaits are all the rage as a result of the recent success on the national tournament trails, and understandably so when considering the size and number of kicker fish that can be ...
  • The Yin and Yang of Yamamoto Swimbaits

    By Russ "Bassdozer" Comeau September 15, 2008 In the Beginning Around the late 1970's to early 80's, I first became aware of soft plastic swimbaits. They were simply called shad bodies back then There was no such word as 'swimbait' yet. The swimbaits ...