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  • Walleyes might be one of, if not the most spooky freshwater fish to swim. Whether you’re trophy hunting or just looking to land a few in an otherwise tough lake, you should wait until the street lights come on. Although walleyes can see exceptionally well at night, they can also be much more susceptible to […]

  • This past July at ICAST in Orlando, Fla., Z-Man introduced a new finesse plastic to their lineup — the Finesse TRD. On this new bait’s package, there was a sticker stating “Have you tried the Ned rig?” The “Ned rig” is unfamiliar to most anglers. Some folks in the know call it the “dookie rig” […]

  • It seems as if spinning rods and light line have developed an unfair reputation throughout the bass fishing world. Although many anglers believe finesse fishing to be a “small fish” technique, it’s actually an excellent way to catch numbers of big bass in especially difficult conditions. Professional fishing guide Jimmy Mason uses finesse techniques to […]

  • Conventional wisdom says walleyes go deep in the fall. Humps, bars and other structures near basins become prime real estate following turnover. Without question, deep haunts attract walleye, but according to Chris Hockley shallow areas deserve attention. Currently, Hockley serves as Brand Marketing Manager for Berkley. Before this he guided for 21-years on Ontario’s fertile […]

  • The TVA holds claim to some of the best bass fishing in the nation. Kentucky Lake, Guntersville and Pickwick can lay claim to perennial favorites of anglers from all across the country. It’s not fair, because not only are they great lakes, but in general they aren’t as seasonal dependent as other places bass swim. […]

  • Find the bait; find the bass. It’s a seemingly simple rule that most bass fishermen often forget to follow. Bass anglers have been conditioned to target either cover or structure in their pursuit of big bass. Bass use humps, grasslines, ledges and other “high-percentage areas” as pit stops on their never ending quest to capture […]

  • The transition of late summer into early fall can be a tough time to catch walleyes. Fish don’t grow legs, but at this time of year, it can seem like they do. Some lakes experience a turnover, while others just seem to go void of all life. As a result, many anglers call it quits […]

  • Fall is a transition period for smallmouth. At this time, they move from summer locations to deep structures where they’ll overwinter. Anglers find strolling a reliable tactic for covering water for scattered bass, scouring deep structures and coaxing cold-water smallmouth to bite. Strolling is a slow trolling tactic for jerkbaits and other diving hard baits. […]

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  • College fishing got a little love today in the New York Times article by Zach Shonbrun. The article talks about the FLW College Fishing divisional on the Potomac River and several of the teams fishing up there. It talks...

  • FLW sent out a message a while ago that they are making some major changes for the 2015 FLW Tour season. Here is a run down of the changes: Pros will be allowed to wear their own jerseys on...

  • In the past, an aluminum boat was a starter boat. For many of us it was a 12-14 foot V-Bottom with a small engine and uneven floors. To be honest it was normally equipped poorly and was only slightly...

  • FLW Tour pro Clayton Batts has signed an exclusive title sponsorship deal with Georgia’s largest RV dealer, Mid-State RV. He will represent them throughout the entire 2015 season. “I make a concerted effort to work only with companies I trust...

  • Minn Kota has launched a new brand specific website that showcases its trolling motors, shallow water anchors, battery chargers and other marine accessories. The new site allows anglers to experience Minn Kota’s product line in a streamline and rich-media...

  • Daiwa has introduced Magseal technology in their spinning reels to prevent corrosion in fresh and salt water. Innovation designed to protect your investment and provide better feel in their reels. Check out how it works in the video below.

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