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Go Get a Tiger By the Tail pt. 2

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor

June 12, 2015

*Part One

Chances are they’ll leave you with an angling experience you’ll never forget.

When a friend made that comment to me recently it got my attention big time.  Why?  Well, for starters, the guy who made the comment has caught fish over a sizeable chunk of the world.  He’s completely capable of telling it like it is.

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Last Updated on Friday, 12 June 2015 08:21

Nixon Rolls California Style

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By Pete Robbins

June 9, 2015

If there are more than a handful of anglers on earth who’ve caught more bass on plastic worms over the years than Larry Nixon, they must be in the witness protection program. The FLW Tour veteran has won several million dollars, and a number of tournaments, on the strength of the simple worm and despite being exceptionally versatile, worming has become his trademark.

In the fans’ eyes, he’s most closely associated with power fishing techniques, featuring worms like the one sporting a giant sickle tail that produced his 1983 Bassmaster Classic victory on the stingy Ohio River. That image may be changing, though.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 09:28

Preparing for the Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge with Andy Cuccia

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By Mark Fong

June 2, 2015

Each year, prior to the Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge on the California Delta, participants gather for the annual pre-tournament seminar. Held at the Fisherman's Warehouse in Sacramento, California, this year’s event featured top Delta Guide and Yamamoto Pro Staffer Andy “Cooch” Cuccia.

The 5th annual Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge makes its return to the California Delta on June 6th and 7th for a weekend filled with fun, prizes and of course big bass. Over the span of each six hour tournament day, anglers will compete for 5 big fish prizes each hour. The twelve lucky anglers weighing in the biggest bass during each hour of the two day event will be eligible to participate in the grand prize drawing for a chance to win $10,000*. In addition $3,000* will be awarded for the overall big fish of the event. Only Yamamoto and Kinami baits may be used.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 June 2015 13:32

Beatin' The Bank with Bernie Schultz - 2015 Lake Havasu BASS Eite

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June 5, 2015

After wrapping up the event in Sacramento, I packed my belongings and began the 600-mile trip to Lake Havasu, AZ. — the next stop in the Bassmaster Elite Series.

It’s been years since I’ve been on Havasu and I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. According to pre-tournament hype, the lake had changed considerably. Apparently it supports a healthy population of smallmouth, as well as better than average largemouth. I was anxious to see that for myself.

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Last Updated on Friday, 05 June 2015 13:53

Hawk Talk - Lake Guntersville Elite Series Event

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May 28, 2015

When B.A.S.S. released the 2015 Elite Series schedule I immediately took notice of the Lake Guntersville event.  I've lived in Guntersville, AL for the past five years and have spent considerable time on the lake, so I was ecstatic to have an opportunity to fish an Elite Series event on a body of water I know so well.

I knew coming into this event I'd have to be conscious of not fishing history—trying to catch fish in places I did in years past around the same time period. Fishing history rarely works out because the conditions are never exactly the same from year to year, week to week, or even day to day. For example, a cold winter can prolong the spawn and a mild winter can speed it up.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 May 2015 11:15

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