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Crappie Corner - Pitch and Jig for Holiday Crappie

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By Tim Huffman

October 29, 2013

November and December are prime crappie months in many parts of the country. Many sportsmen have traded their rods for hunting guns, water skiers are off the lake, and you won’t have sweat dripping down into places that are uncomfortable.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 08:19 Read more...
 

Randy Howell’s Three Fall Essentials

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By TJ Maglio


October 28, 2013

Now that leaves are starting to turn color and the weather is cooling off across much of bass country, you may be thinking about putting away your rods and focusing on football, hunting, or some other autumn pursuit. Yamamoto pro Randy Howell can understand why you might be tempted to do that, saying “I don’t think there is a tougher time to fish, especially in the southeast, than autumn. It can be feast or famine, but for a lot of anglers the bite gets sporadic once the water temp starts to drop.”

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Last Updated on Monday, 28 October 2013 12:27 Read more...
 

Beatin' The Bank with Bernie Schultz - Lake St. Clair BASS Elite

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October 21, 2013

After making it to the finals at the St. Lawrence River, I couldn't wait to take what I learned there and apply it to
Lake St. Clair. Both are part of the Great Lakes system, so I figured the same tactics might work again. After all, they both support healthy populations of smallmouth and have plenty of shallow water habitat for them to hide in…I felt I couldn't fail.

Even though that was my hope, nearly every competitor I spoke with believed the event would be won by fishing deep on Lake Erie—including Zell Rowland, the angler I trust most.

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Last Updated on Monday, 14 October 2013 10:03 Read more...
 

Don't Just Fish on the Front Porch

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By Jeremiah T. Bagwell


October 22, 2013

There have been countless times out on the water when I’ve witnessed anglers severely limit their success when it comes to fishing cover. They come across a spectacular piece of fish holding cover and only fish the very outer edges. This drives me nuts and I’ll almost always fish the cover as soon as they leave it – because they’ve left the best parts untouched.

I look at the outer edge of cover sort of like the front porch of a house. There may be a few people on their porches in your neighborhood from time to time, but the majority of them are inside their homes. The same holds true with fish holding to cover. There might be a few hanging out beyond the outer edges of the trees but you really need to put your bait up in the nasty stuff to get the most out of it.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 12:41 Read more...
 

Crappie Corner - Tips for Fall Crappie Catchin’

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By Tim Huffman

October 9, 2013

Cooler temperatures create changing trends for crappie. Summer patterns start to fade when shad move into the cooler, shallower water. Crappie are like me…they are often around food. Therefore, they move with the fish into the mid-depths and shallow water. So should you.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 09:55 Read more...
 


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