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  • Crank Up Some Bass

    By Bill Schaefer Western Staff Writer   October 27, 2010 Crankbaits. There are deep divers, shallow divers and crankbaits that travel at every depth in-between. They come in all sizes, shapes, and colors. There are some crankbaits that look like they ...
  • Healthy Angler - Thursday Night Cooking Club w/ Scott Leysath

    October 27, 2010 Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef, and Gary Shiebler of the Thursday Night Fishing Club serve up an nice lean cut of venison in a balsamic vinegar sauce with fresh raspberries and bleu cheese. Yummy!   ...
  • Faircloth's Simple Dropshot System

    By Pete RobbinsMid-Atlantic Staff Writer September 20, 2008Todd Faircloth may have formulated the building blocks of his angling career on big bass lakes like Sam Rayburn, where power fishing dominates, but he owes a fair share of his recent success to ...
  • Overlooking the Ika

    By J.T. BagwellNortheastern Staff Writer*Originally published on 07/28/08Since the beginning of competitive fishing, there have been secrets and withheld information. Whether it is a favorite spot, top secret attractant or a hot lure, not everything gets ...
  • Fishing the Big Grubs

    Story and photos by Steve Price*Originally published June 16, 2008When you look in Davy Hite’s tackle box, naturally you’ll see more than a few Senkos, but you’ll also notice something else: more than a few of the big 10” Single-Tail Grubs. M...
  • How A Pro Fishes Senkos

    Story and Photos by Steve Price*Originally published May 27, 2008It’s May, not quite half-way through the 2008 Bassmaster Elite tournament schedule, and Yamamoto Pro Staff angler Todd Faircloth is leading the prestigious BASS Angler of the Year standing...
  • Little Things That Work For Me

    By Mike WhittenSouthern Staff Writer*Originally published May 23, 2008I’ve been an avid angler, and self-admitted gadget freak for over 40 years. While I subscribe to the general philosophy of “Keep It Simple Stupid”, I have also come to believ...
  • Smallmouth Subtleties

    By Art FergusonGYCB National Pro Staff*This article originally published on May 14, 2008Smallmouth bass fishing, in my eyes, is the best fishing in the world today. I have fished for most species of freshwater and many saltwater fish, both bottom as well ...
  • Hookin' Up (AKA - How To Select the Right Hook)

    By Mike WhittenSouthern Staff Writer*This article originally was published on April 23, 2008The one question I’m asked more than any other is how to select the right hook for the right application, and what hooks I personally prefer. In this articl...
  • Finessing with Power

    By Steve Price*This article originally ran on Mar. 18, 2008On a recent cold, windy February day when even the most die-hard anglers would prefer staying indoors, one veteran pro decided that conditions were perfect to test a concept he’d been turning ov...
  • Cranking for the Series - Strike King's Series Crankbait

    By Mike WhittenSouthern Staff Writer*This article originally ran Mar. 13, 2008There may be no more confusing, intimidating, yet simplistic lure in the entire arsenal of modern bass fishing than the venerable crankbait.Think about it. Some of the earliest ...
  • Just How Soon is Long Enough?

    By Roger "The Bass Coach" Lee BrownNortheastern Staff Writer *This article originally ran Mar. 5, 2008I know that the title of this article can mean a great many things to a lot of different people, i.e. . . . How soon is long enough visiting with your...
  • Senkos Take Judy Wong to WBT Title

    *This article originally ran Feb. 23, 2008By Steve PriceIf you’re looking for a different way to rig a Senko, talk to Judy Wong.Wong, a Yamamoto Pro Staff angler from Many, LA, captured the 2008 Women’s Bassmaster Tour championship on Lake Keowee, SC,...
  • Gary Yamamoto Introduces Complete ‘Swimming Jighead System’

    Story and photos by Steve Price*This article originally ran Feb. 6, 2008Of all the lures in an angler’s arsenal, few have changed less over the years than the common leadhead jig. After all, what’s there to change in a lure that basically consists of ...
  • Legends of the Sport - Ken Cook

    By Bernie SchultzGYCB National Pro StaffApril 26, 2007Site: Lake Guntersville BASS EliteOklahoman Ken Cook has competed on the B.A.S.S. Tour for more than two decades, establishing himself as one of the sport’s all time greats with tournament winnings i...
  • David vs. Goliath

    By Terry BattistiNorthwestern Staff Writer   *Nov/Dec '07 Issue (vol 15, num 6) Does the Increasing Popularity of Big Baits Spell the End of Finesse Fishing? A few notable headlines from 2007 tournaments:“Kennedy brings in 40-07 to the scales at Cl...
  • Spoons - More Versatile Than You Think

    By Margie AndersonWestern Staff Writer*Nov/Dec '07 Issue (vol 15, num 6)Once upon a time, an angler eating lunch on the lake accidentally dropped a spoon overboard. As he watched it drift downward, sun glinting off the handle and bowl, he saw a fish ...
  • A Pole, A Hook and a Piece of String — The World of Fishing Line

    By Mike WhittenSouth Central Staff Writer   October 25, 2010 Man, has the world changed here, or WHAT? Let me start this effort off by stating up front that I AM OLD—I was around and fishing when a Mitchell 300 spinning reel was the top of the line...
  • Swing and a Miss – Follow up Baits, the Back-up Plan

    By Kyle SchaufNorth Central Staff Writer   October 15, 2010 If you throw topwater bait regularly you know the scenario:  hop…hop…hop…. Swooooshh!…whiff. Whether you’re walking a frog thru a hole in the grass mat or popping a Sugoi Splas...
  • Derek Yamamoto and John Mackey secure American Bass South Team Classic Win

    October 6, 2010 A two day total of 22.51 pounds secured local team partners Derek Yamamoto and John Mackey the winner’s trophy for the American Bass South Team Classic.  Day one resulted in 9.71 pounds and they came in with a nice bag weighing 12....