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Brett Hite Shakes Things Up

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By Mark Fong



May 1, 2013

Yamamoto Pro Brett Hite is one of the most consistent anglers on the FLW Tour.  While there is no denying that he has earned a reputation as a virtuoso with a bladed swim jig, Hite knows that when you make your living with a fishing rod in your hand, versatility is a must.  One key technique that Hite relies on to consistently put fish in his live well is the shaky head.  Recently, Inside Line caught up with Hite between Tour events to get the particulars on fishing the shaky head technique.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 May 2013 14:20 Read more...
 

Hawk Talk - Falcon Slam

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May 1, 2013

My eyes widened like a kid unwrapping Christmas presents when I saw Lake Falcon on the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule.  Not only did it mean the possibility of catching an absurd number of big bass, but I’d be doing it in the south Texas heat wearing shorts and flip flops.  There’s nothing I enjoy more than fishing for big bass and hot weather.  Getting to experience both together is my idea of heaven.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 May 2013 08:46 Read more...
 

The Jig - A Springtime Classic

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By Shane Beilue


April 26, 2013

Bass fishing has continually evolved, creating cutting edge methods to catch big bass.  Huge swimbaits, umbrella rigs, and most recently, long-lining deep diving crankbaits have been successfully added to many an arsenal due to high profile tournament wins.  However, the one bait that has never gone out of style in delivering the big bite is the simple, yet versatile jig.  Of course, multiple versions of the jig exist – some for heavy cover, some for flipping hydrilla mats, others for swimming through shallow cover.  In this article, let’s explore another popular trend the past several years: the football head jig.

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Last Updated on Friday, 26 April 2013 14:21 Read more...
 

Gary Dobyns Does Seminar for Upcoming Delta Big Bass Challenge

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By Mark Fong


April 29, 2013

In what has become a much anticipated tradition, Yamamoto National Pro Staffer, Gary Dobyns visited Fisherman's Warehouse in Sacramento, California for a hands on seminar packed full of tips on his favorite Yamamoto Baits and timely advice for contestants as they prepare for the upcoming Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge.  Dobyns shared a wealth of bass catching information that is sure to help anglers catch more and bigger bass regardless of where they may swim.  So read on and take note.

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Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2013 15:03 Read more...
 

Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge - Dobyns at Fisherman's Warehouse this Thursday

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April 23, 2013

From Angler's Press:

As the Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge quickly approaches (May 4th and 5th) on the California Delta, it is for sure that many anglers are anxiously preparing strategies for how to get their hands on one of the thirty cash awards that will be handed out each day – for two days, at what will certainly be one of the most fun and exciting events of the year to be held on the Delta.

And now, getting ready for the Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge just got better, as Gary Dobyns the west’s all time money winner will make a special trip to the Fishermen’s Warehouse in Sacramento this Thursday, April 25th, to conduct an informative seminar designed to help you catch Big Bass on the Delta in the late spring using any of the great Yamamoto baits.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 April 2013 09:01 Read more...
 


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