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Most Overlooked Flippin’ Bait

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By Jay Yelas
Yamamoto Pro Staff

January 25, 2013

I sure am thrilled to be the newest member of the Yamamoto Prostaff!  Having been friends with Gary and Beverly for over two decades, I look forward to helping them serve the bass fishermen of America with the finest baits around.

Yamamoto baits has long been recognized as an industry leader in finesse soft plastics.  While they earned their legendary status with baits like the Senko, Hula Grub, and Grubs, there is a whole other side to this bait company that has been largely overlooked by many anglers around the country: their soft plastics for power fishing techniques like flippin’ and pitchin’.

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Last Updated on Friday, 25 January 2013 13:12 Read more...
 

There’s More than One Way To Go Wacky, pt. 1

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor


January 25, 2013

If you haven’t gone a little wacky in recent years it’s probably high time you did.

I suppose there are those who would say don’t encourage the guy who bass fishes to get any more wacky than he is already.  It’s not the behavior of that bassin’ man with the rod in his hand I’m talking about.  What I have in mind are the different approaches to bass angling that employ a Wacky Style presentation to put fish in the boat.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 10:21 Read more...
 

Caring For Your Rods

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By Scott Hammer


January 16, 2013

Not everyone has the luxury of fishing year-round. Don’t hate me, but I do. I actually have to make myself set aside time to tend to tackle and equipment house-keeping this time of year. For those of you stuck indoors, make the most of it by getting ready now for the spring thaw.

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Draggin' Through the Trees

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By Jim Smith


January 18, 2013

Draggin’

When I think about draggin’, (A.K.A. C-Rig or Carolina Rig fishing),  normally I think about using it in particular situations that involve pulling a chosen bait at the end of a designated length and strength of leader material, and ahead of a chosen weight and style of a sliding sinker. This setup readily creates a disturbance that is always noticeable and sometimes gets followed by curious prey, which then gets the attention of a hungry predator. It is very effective.

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She Vibrates While She Flutters! pt. 3

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January 11, 2013

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That sinking metal lures of one kind or another can sometimes be darned effective for bass comes as no surprise to experienced anglers who’ve been around for awhile.

If you’ve followed the Bass Masters Classic down through the years you’ve seen proof of it surface at this intensely competitive event.  I was there when Stanley Mitchell outfished the other contestants.  If my memory isn’t playing tricks on me, young Stanley got the job done primarily by catching most of his bass with a metal spoon.

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