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Jay’s Trip to the Top - pt. 1

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By Stan Fagerstrom

 

December 4, 2013

It got my attention big time!

Nope, I’m not talking about catching another of the few 10-pounders that have come my way.  This time it was simply an announcement earlier this year about a special bassin’ man who Gary Yamamoto was adding to his pro staff.  This pro, you see, developed a good bit of his winning skills in an area where I’ve done most of my own bass fishing.

And that was just for starters.  I had been watching for years with keen interest the record this wondrously skilled bass pro was putting together.  He was still a youngster when he first got my attention.  I found my interest reinforced because I got to know, you see, what this young man stood for as an individual as well as a crack bass-catching wizard.  I wish the world had more like him.

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Pick of the Products - They’ll Leave You Smiling - pt. 2

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor

November 26, 2013
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They call ‘em Smile Blades.  They’re well named.

I told you a bit about them in my previous column.  What they amount to is a smile shaped plastic spinner blade you simply slide onto your line or leader.  Use a bobber stop and you can position it anywhere ahead of your lure you choose to use it.

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Hawk Talk - An Elite Perspective

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November 6, 2013

I had high expectations for myself coming into my first season on the Bassmaster Elite Series, but was quickly humbled after failing to make a top 50 cut in each of the first five tournaments.  I did my best to rebound the second half salvaging a 28
th place finish at the Mississippi River following a fast day one start, and a season high 9th place finish at the St. Lawrence River, but it wasn’t enough not to feel embarrassed and disappointed with my overall performance.
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Crappie Corner - Winter Jig Rigs

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By Tim Huffman

November 25, 2013

Colder water means it’s time to adjust tactics. This usually means going deeper. Here are some rigs to get any depth you need for crappie.

1/4-Ounce Single Jig - In lakes with a little stain to dingy water, try a heavy 1/4-ounce jig so you can maintain good contact with the bait. In the winter it’s common to be fishing 15 to 30 feet deep, or deeper. The heavy jig lets a fisherman maintain contact with the bottom and cover where these fish are often found. Since ‘feel’ is important, match it with braid or fluorocarbon for maximum sensitivity.

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Pick of the Products - Sometimes They'll Leave You Smiling!

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By Stan Fagerstrom
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November 1, 2013

It’s true.  The darn things just might leave you smiling all the way to the bank!

It’s not the bank that handles your family finances I’m talking about.  What I want to share is how and why a growing number of anglers have been wearing a smile when they wind up the day’s fishing and head for the bank of their favorite lake or river.

And if you think I’m into telling fairy tales, guess again.  I know I’d sure as heck be smiling if I’d just put a fish that set a new state or national size record in the boat?  Wouldn’t you!

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