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  • The Last Hurrah

    By Jim GildeaNortheastern Staff Writer   August 31, 2010 Imagine you are heading off to college at Lehigh University in two weeks to play Division 1 soccer and enroll in Army ROTC. You have one weekend at home with your family left. What do you do wit...
  • Legend of Our Sport

    August 30, 2010 Story by Russ Bassdozer A legend is told about someone, not by them. So we didn't dial up Gary Yamamoto's cell phone number to ask him anything for this story. We easily could have, but that's no way to write a legend story. It's an i...
  • Yamamoto Pro Shin Fukae Wins at Champlain

    August 29, 2010 Fukae caught all of his fish in the Inland Sea, where he was dropshotting a Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits Shad Shape Worm in a range of 30 to 40 feet, with 35 his most common depth. Click here for the story on FLW Outdoors.com. Check back ...
  • Regional Fishing - Trophy Fisheries In Trouble

    By Mike RadiceSouthwestern Staff Writer   August 23, 2010 Too much of a good thing really is not a good thing, especially when it comes to catch and release on a blue ribbon trout river.  Right now on many of Utah’s trout streams, and specifica...
  • Summer Bass Patterns – Looking for structure with the added bonus of cover

    By Shane BeilueSouthern Staff Writer   August 19, 2010 The middle of summer brings brutal mid-day temperatures, requiring strong determination to fish through the heat of the day; but the summer also brings reliable patterns for finding bass on most r...
  • The Swimming Senko

    By Paul Crawford "Doin' any Good?" (Of course that's the time-honored question every angler hears whenever he encounters a fellow angler on the water.) "Picked up about five comin' down that grass line but they were all pretty small," I grinned back ...
  • A New Senko Comes On Board

    Story and photos by Steve Price Gary Yamamoto remembers the conversation well. He and fellow FLW Tour pro Shinichi Fukae had just weathered a tough day trying to solve the challenges of Lake Okeechobee's miles of shallow grass; Yamamoto had been flipp...
  • A Guide To Modern Rigging

    Weightless Rig The purest form of rigging, and most deadly with the Senko. No sinker is used and the hook can be tied directly to the main line. Optionally, tie the hook to a 12" to 24" inch leader tied to a swivel to reduce any line tw...
  • Should I Stay or Should I Go?

    By Bob LechelSouthwestern Staff Writer August 16, 2010 The mental aspect of tournament fishing is often overshadowed by the physical one.  But the choices an angler makes and the time at which they make them are as critical if not more critical tha...
  • Yamamoto/Kinami Pros Gear Up for the FLW Cup Championship Tournament on Lake Lanier

    By Heidi RothEditor August 4, 2010 Gainesville, Georgia is mostly lovely. Fried chicken and waffles, ice-cold lemonade and good old southern hospitality have made this place an enjoyable visit so far for a gal like me from the west coast. But my go...