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Beatin' The Bank with Bernie Schultz—Lake Falcon BASS Elite

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April 12, 2013

After a disappointing finish in what could have been a great tournament, I wanted to put the Sabine River behind me and head south to Falcon Lake—the second of two back-to-back Elite Series events.

Located on the Mexican border at the small town of Zapata, Falcon is an absolute big fish factory. The last time BASS held an event there, the Elite anglers shattered the record book. Winner Paul Elias set an all-time, four-day record of 20 bass weighing an astounding 132.5 pounds!

My performance in that event was also strong. The first two days of competition I brought in a 6-pound average, and most of them came on consecutive casts! I couldn’t wait to get there.

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Hawk Talk - Sabine River Challenge

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April 11, 2013
 
I felt both anxious and excited driving to the first event of the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series on the Sabine River.  The Sabine River Challenge would be my first Elite Series tournament and I wanted to perform well, but BASS titled the event a “challenge” for good reason.  I’ve never fished a river system as vast as the Sabine.  The tidal basin provided so many different options on where to run to and fish, I knew I had to make a scouting trip to help break it down.
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Last Updated on Friday, 12 April 2013 10:30 Read more...
 

Spring Has Sprung

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By Connie Kilpatrick


April 8, 2013

Several weeks ago, the boat ramps around Lake Fork were full of Spring Break trucks and trailers. Big ones, small ones, out-of-state ones, shiny new ones, old ones and people were fishing off the banks as well.  I drove thru several of the ramp parking lots on my way to town one morning and man, those lots were busy. I easily spotted the newbies: ignoring the “in” and “out” signs, unloading the boat in “creative” fashions. Some boats were deposited perfectly and others, well, let’s just say not so perfectly. It was all quite a sight to behold.

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Last Updated on Monday, 08 April 2013 14:08 Read more...
 

Just Look At What She Started! - pt. 1

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor

April 9, 2013

It wouldn’t be wise to get too snuggly with ‘em, but whenever I handle a couple of beat up old baits I keep in a special tackle box I guess it’s not hard to see how I feel.

My wife brought that up once when she walked into my tackle work room one evening without my noticing she was there.  I was looking at one particular lure while turning its worn blade and stroking its battered bucktail skirt.

“I swear,” she exclaimed, “you handle that thing like it’s made out of priceless diamonds.  I wish you’d pay the same kind of attention of attention to my kitchen knives.  Maybe then they’d be sharp enough to cut with.”

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 09:19 Read more...
 

Improve your Skills with Fishing Forums

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By J.T. Bagwell


April 5, 2013

Have you ever wondered how your buddy knows so much about the current techniques that are proving to be so effective in far-flung places like Texas, Florida or California and he hasn’t been within 1,000 miles of any of those locations? Maybe it has perplexed you how so many people knew about the Alabama rig before it was ever mentioned in a fishing magazine? I’d like to suggest he’s taking advantage of an internet fishing forum.

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