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  • Brent Ehrler Talks Shaky Heads and Drop Shots

    By Steve Price March 28, 2011 Brent Ehrler can’t explain why, but when he’s fishing anywhere east of the Mississippi River he can hardly catch a bass with a drop shot.  By the same token, he doesn’t do that well with a shaky head when he’s ...
  • Retired Cop Allen Strives for Tournament Glory

    By Pete Robbins March 22, 2011 Petite, blonde, and bearing a strong Philadelphia accent, Bridget Kristen Allen is not the first person you’d expect to see in the pre-dawn hours at a boat ramp in Alabama, Tennessee or Arkansas. She’s more Jaworski a...
  • Faircloth's Flappin' Hog System

    By Alan Clemons March 18, 2011 Todd Faircloth is a pretty simple guy. His highs aren’t too high and his lows aren’t too low. He likes a ribeye steak and country music. He’s not flashy or blingy. So, like a lot of pros, when he decides to flip veg...
  • Hawk Put Beaver Lake Bass Into a Swimbait Tailspin

    By Pete Robbins March 18, 2011 Put most serious bass anglers on a lake full of suspended fish, particularly spotted bass, and they’ll beg for mercy. Give them a flipping stick and some visible cover, or even bass relating to deep ledges, anything but ...
  • Finesse Fishing Pre-Spawn

    By Scott HammerMid-Atlantic Staff Writer March 17, 2011 This article could've just as easily been titled, "What To Throw When Your Arm Falls Off After A Few Hours of Jerkbait Fishing" but the editor thought it was a bit wordy. It’s spring which means...
  • A New BIG BASS Challenge Comes to the California Delta!

    BETHEL ISLAND, Ca. – Even the most casual bass angler knows that the vaunted California delta is home to some the biggest largemouth bass in the country. And all of us know deep down that there is a world record fish cruising through one of its many slo...
  • Made in America

    By Connie KilpatrickSouth Central Staff Writer March 14, 2011 Diane Sawyer recently showcased an experiment every afternoon a couple weeks ago on “World News With Diane Sawyer” titled “Made in America.” They went to such public places as the Smi...
  • How To Choose A Spinnerbait

    By Shane BeilueSouth Central Staff Writer   March 9, 2011 Quick question: If you could only fish one lure for the rest of your life, what would it be?  That’s a tough one, but for me, it’s hard to beat a spinnerbait.  These lures are so ...
  • The Double Tail Hula Grub – A Different Approach

    By Nick BarrNorthwestern Staff Writer March 4, 2011 If I had to choose one soft plastic to use year-round to catch bass, hands down it’s the Yamamoto Double Tail Hula Grub. In early spring I use them on the deep rocky waters of Potholes Reservoir. I u...
  • Spring Cleaning

    By Jerry SchliefWestern Staff Writer March 4, 2011 For an angler, spring cleaning doesn’t mean just the garage. Spring cleaning should encompass many elements of our fishing world and provides an excellent time for throwing out the old and bringing th...
  • Fish Camp 2010 - Pt. 3

    By Marc MarcantonioNorthwest Staff Writer March 3, 2011 September 21, Tuesday — Day 3 of Fish Camp *Click here for part one and two Morning came too early and I was in pain from a splitting migraine.  The many years of wrestling, wearing a stee...
  • The Next Lethal Weapon: Precision Shad 110 Hollow Body Swim Bait

    By Kyle Schauf with Jimmy Johnson North Central Staff Writers   March 1, 2011 It was a sweltering hot day in August.  The sun was high without a cloud to be found, the wind was nonexistent and the thermometer read something that amounted to scorc...