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Backpacking Heat

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By Mike Radice


July 31, 2012

When summer’s hot temperatures slow lake fishing, load up a backpack with essential tackle, pack rods and reels and a lunch and head for the high country. Hiking to high elevation lakes and streams holds treasures to last all summer. Brooke trout, cutthroats, rainbows, arctic grayling - pick the right fly or spinner and enjoy.

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Crappie Corner - Floating Dock Crappie

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By Tim Huffman

July 27, 2012

Just like us, crappie like the shade. One of the best places for them to find it is under floating docks. Each dock is different so your job is to quickly analyze which docks are best for current conditions. There are no magic tricks for guaranteed success but there are guidelines that will reduce the time it takes for you to find and catch crappie.

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A Hawkish View of the Wacky-Rigged Senko in Ten Easy Steps

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By Pete Robbins


July 17, 2012

When Kevin Hawk claimed the $600,000 top prize for winning the 2010 Forrest Wood Cup on Georgia’s Lake Lanier, he gave the lion’s share of the credit to two lures – a dropshotted finesse worm and a Fish Head Spin underspin. Those are the tools that he used that August to win the biggest annual purse in bass fishing, but the untold story was of another lure, the one that got him there with little fanfare, the one that is tied on at least one rod at the beginning of every tournament he fishes.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 July 2012 12:00 Read more...
 

GYCB “Gotta Haves”

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By Mike Whitten


July 24, 2012

There is not much argument that Gary Yamamoto has been one of the most innovative and prolific designers and producers of plastic fishing lures in the past 20 years.  Just take a tour through the latest catalog, and note offerings like the Fat Ika, the Hula Grub, the Swimming Senko and the myriad of other salt-laden, fish catching creations given life by Gary’s creative genius.  There is not a junk offering or a “what the H is that?” in the bunch.

With all of that introductory stuff said, and proper homage paid to an incredible angler and businessman, there are still two lures that jump out at me and scream “Sure Thing”, “Fish Catcher”, “Confidence Lure”, every time I see them.  And in looking back over my fishing notes and memories for the past several years, the reason for the attraction is clear.  These two lures just catch fish, in almost any season, in a variety of applications. That, my friends, is the best reason I can think of to take them for a boat ride.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 08:21 Read more...
 

Are You Wired For Bass? Pt. 1

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor

July 5, 2012

Part One

I doubt there’s an experienced bassin’ man this side of Mars who doesn’t have at least a few spinnerbaits in his lure collection.

So what’s new about that?  Haven’t spinnerbaits been around since shortly after the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock?  No, my friend, they haven’t.  And it’s going to surprise some of the relative newcomers to this business of bass fishing to find out when spinnerbaits made their first real impact on the angling scene.

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