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Water Wagons

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By Shane Beilue


August 4, 2014

One of my earliest fishing memories is riding on the back of my dad’s small little fishing platform, both of us casting for bass while he kicked us around with his swim fins.  In West Texas, this was a popular style of fishing “boat”, which was made of a gas resistant Styrofoam and called a “Water Wagon”.  The Styrofoam was molded to be about the size of a pickup bed and allowed the angler to sit with his legs in the water, kicking the craft backwards to get to the fishing spot. 

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Rods n Rigs - Sensational Super Grubs

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July 13, 2014

They’re definitely old-school and a lot of modern bass-fishing tactics have overlooked them, but to me, a Yamamoto super grub never goes out of style. These single tailed soft plastics are simple to rig, versatile and easily adapted to whatever patterns you’re fishing.

And the best thing, in my opinion is that the grub is like the Energizer Bunny of fishing – it just keeps going, and going, and going. No kidding, this bait is always fishing. No matter if my presentation style involves an active retrieve, or if it’s just creeping along the bottom. The natural built-in action of those grub tails means they never stop moving, so the bait is always working for you.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:46 Read more...
 

Crappie Corner - Small Boat Crappie Fishing ... Back to Basics

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By Tim Huffman

July 9, 2014

 

Simple fishing is fun. It’s also a good option in times of a tough economy. The following includes guidelines and variety of tips for ‘back to basic’ crappie fishing.

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The Electronic Angler - Make Your Own Maps With Insight Genesis

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By TJ Maglio

July 10, 2014

Bass fishermen like lake maps. We collect them, study them, mark them up, and then toss them in a box buried in some corner of our tackle room never to be seen again until the next trip to said lake, in which we start the whole process over.

At least, that’s what we used to do.

With the advent of GPS technology, paper maps have become further marginalized to the point where I honestly can’t even remember where I put my map box. Nowadays, I’ll just boot up my Lowrance HDS 12 Gen2 Touch and start scrolling around the map looking for that secret spot.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2014 12:32 Read more...
 

There's Another Way to Go - pt. 2

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor


July 3, 2014

*click here for part one

There’s almost always more than one way to do darn near anything.

If you don’t know that already you will if an accident of one kind or another forces you to change the way you’ve always done something.  This applies to fishing every darn bit as much as it does in other areas of endeavor.

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