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  • Lessons to Learn From Your First Bass

    By Steve Price April 29, 2011 Even though Todd Faircloth has been a fulltime pro for more than a dozen years and has multiple tournament experience on most of the lakes where major events are conducted, he still lives and fishes by one primary rule:&nbs...
  • Free Bait!

    It's not rocket science, we're going to make this real easy for you: send us five empty Yamamoto bait bags and we'll send you a free bag of bait of your choice! Free shipping, free handling (and you know how serious we are about handling our own bait), ...
  • Thursday Night Fishing Club Music Series - Featuring Radio Personality Bill Cody

    THURSDAY NIGHT FISHING CLUB MUSIC SERIES AT THE FARM HOUSE RESTAURANT AT FONTANEL AND WSM-AM CELEBRATE ON-AIR PERSONALITY BILL CODY AND HIS 40 YEARS IN RADIO ON APRIL 28, 2011 Special Guests Gary & Beverly Yamamoto, Live Music, Free Drawings for Fis...
  • Pro-Staff Feature: Jarrett Edwards Outdoors Show

      By Heidi Roth - Editor April 21, 2011 People who’ve been to war and back view things through a different prism. Unless you’ve lived through a major crisis, it’s easy to overlook how good some of us have it. Jarrett Edwards of Jarrett Edwards...
  • First Bass

    By Dan Durbin April 11, 2011 I had casted for weeks in the backyard.  The reel was one that every Florida “bassman” trusted, an Ambassadeur 6000C filed up with Royal Bonell line, and anything less the 20-pound was for brim.  It was old sch...
  • Why Sugoi Fluorocarbon?

    By Chris Jones April 6, 2011 Over the years, I’ve come to depend on the great soft plastic baits that Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits produces. If someone is talking about catching fish on a weightless worm the first bait that comes to my mind is the Senko...
  • A Big Slow Meal for Big Slow Pre-spawn Bass

    By Jim Smith April 4, 2011 Big plastic worms make an easy meal choice When the temperature warms up to the mid to upper 40’s overnight and all of the vegetation starts to come alive, and the birds start getting real busy and the sun starts to come up...