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Finding Big Fish After the Spawn

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By Ken Smith

December 15, 2015

For the vast majority of us, what we know about bass is learned from the fish we are able to catch. We were in the right place at the right time (to the best of our knowledge) and we fooled them with a Senko (or your favorite choice of bait). But that glimpse into a fish’s life is merely that -- a glimpse, an incredibly small snap shot in the 86,400 seconds that make up a day.

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Chaos on the Columbia, pt. 2

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor

December 11, 2015

*Click here for part one

If you read my previous column you’re aware of what the Oregon and Washington Fish and Wildlife Departments have recently done or are still in the process of doing on the Columbia River.

Fish management officials are removing the size and bag limits on the Columbia River as well as a couple of the Columbia’s major tributaries on the Oregon side. Those tributaries, like the Columbia itself, are producing some of the best smallmouth bass fishing you’ll currently find in the western United States. The same thing applies to walleyes.

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Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits Sponsors Wild West Bass Trail

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“Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits Sponsors Wild West Bass Trail”
November 2015 – The Wild West Bass Trail recently announced the addition of Gary Yamamoto Custom
Baits as a corporate partner. The agreement will provide GYCB unique tournament and television
promotional opportunities as the WWBT prepares for its inaugural Pro/AM event, January 16, 2016 on
Lake Pleasant, Arizona.
The partnership with GYCB is special according to WWBT co-founder Gary Dobyns. “Gary Yamamoto
Custom Baits has been there from the very beginning, playing a huge part in not only my fishing career,
but modern tournament fishing as a whole. It is easy to see their influence, especially out West, from
product development to innovation to international marketing. I don’t know of a single fisherman who has
not used a Senko or other Yamamoto product at one point or another. We are so very proud to have them
supporting our trail.”
Earlier this month, the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame announced that Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits founder,
Gary Yamamoto, will be inducted into the Hall at its March 2016 annual banquet in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Offering professional-level competition throughout the west, the Wild West Bass Trail provides its anglers
with the opportunity to further develop and advance their fishing careers. Additionally, the WWBT offers
its corporate partners the opportunity to expand sales through comprehensive national and regional
television coverage, exclusive on-the-water demonstrations, and various tournament incentive programs.
For more information on the circuit, tournament schedules, or registration, visit
www.wildwestbasstrail.com or contact 530-871-9928.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - December 9, 2015

The Wild West Bass Trail recently announced the addition of Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits as a corporate partner. The agreement will provide GYCB unique tournament and television promotionalopportunities as the WWBT prepares for its inaugural Pro/AM event, January 16, 2016 on Lake Pleasant, Arizona.

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Crappie Corner - Going Deep for Crappie

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By Tim Huffman

December 10, 2015

Prime time college football and pro playoffs make the term “Going Deep” common this time of year. Throwing the long ball is a way for a winning team to finish-off the other team, or, a losing team to have a chance to catch up. Going deep is also a good way to score big when fishing for crappie this time of year.

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Hawk Talk - Lake Saint Clair Elite Series Event

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November 23, 2015

The wind - it’s the single most important factor I take into consideration when preparing for a tournament on northern waters.  I want to ensure I can make it to the fish I find in practice during the tournament. It doesn’t do me any good to find fish on the east side of Pelee Island on Lake Erie during practice when the wind is forecasted to blow 20 mph out of the east for the tournament.  Not only would it be nearly impossible to get there launching from St. Clair Metropark, but even if I did it would be too difficult to fish effectively.

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