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A Cup Full of Knowledge - RIGGING OPTIONS MAXIMIZE THE VERSATILE DROPSHOT

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November 5, 2014

When I consider all the different baits and rigs available to me as a professional bass fisherman, it’s easy to mentally categorize them by season or scenario. However, the dropshot is a rig with no limitations – you can literally fish it anywhere at any time of the year and catch fish.

I think the universal appeal of the dropshot is what it allows you to do with a bait. By that, I mean you can present a bait in a way that no other rig allows you to – you can hold it in one spot while imparting action on the bait.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 10:24 Read more...
 

Crappie Corner - In-Depth Casting for Fall Crappie

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By Tim Huffman

November 4, 2014

I love fall. The beautiful crimson leaves signal many good things including football, hunting season, a break from the summer heat and crappie moving around feeding heavily on schools of baitfish. An outdoors person can find action on the lake, in the woods or in the recliner with a TV remote in hand.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 12:46 Read more...
 

Electronic Angler: Three Pros, Three Sonar Tips

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By TJ Maglio

October 24, 2014

If you don’t mind the use of an old adage, when it comes to using today’s high end electronics, it can sometimes be hard to see the forest for the trees.

20 Years ago, you’d launch the boat, turn your locator on and go fishing.

10 years ago, you’d launch your boat, turn your locator on, make sure your GPS map was up and go fishing.

Now, you launch your boat, turn both your locators on (and possibly your radar), make sure you’ve got the proper mapping software up, make sure you have an SD card in the graph to record, ensure that each graph is reading the correct transducer, make sure they are linking properly to each other, make sure the right tracks and waypoints are showing, and then go fishing.

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Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 13:18 Read more...
 

One Last Time

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By Nick Barr

October 29, 2014

One door closes, another opens. Or at least that is how it’s supposed to go. In my experience, when an opportunity comes to an end, it is just the means for another to begin. But you better believe I fought to keep that last door open, and for me, that door was collegiate fishing.

One last time, one last tournament to say goodbye to the amazing four years I've been afforded in the collegiate fishing arena. B.A.S.S. And FLW definitely put me through the ringer; from last place in a qualifier to a single bag of fish away from a spot in the Bassmaster Classic. To all those young anglers out there, cherish your team in collegiate fishing. It may be the best four years of your fishing life.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:18 Read more...
 

Introducing the New 7.75" Kut Tail Worm - Bigger CAN Be Better!

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By Mike Whitten

October 23, 2014

I’m always excited in July of each year to see just what new creations will come to life as a result of this congregation of fishing tackle companies (and the geniuses who own and run them) called ICAST.

And this year, like several in the past, the supreme Guru of plastics, Gary Yamamoto did not disappoint.

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