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  • 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. […]

  • Fall is a great time to catch big bass. In the Midwest, this holds especially true for big smallmouth bass. These elusive brown fish, notorious for their “here-today, gone-tomorrow” behavior, come out to play when the leaves start their transformation into vibrant hues of yellow, orange and red. Due to their innate tendency to feed […]

  • Power Jigging Crappie in Cover

    September 26, 2014
    Power Jigging Crappie in Cover

    One of the first crappie fishing techniques most professional crappie anglers learned was vertical jigging, and the jolt of that first “thump” is what got most hooked on fishing. And while the crappie fishing on a lot of Midwestern and southern lakes can be tough in warmer water, vertical jigging is still a very productive […]

  • Fishing for the University of Illinois, I have had the opportunity to travel around and fish some of the best bass lakes in the country. As any avid bass fisherman knows, this sport can get expensive quickly. As a collegiate angler, this sometimes means choosing between groceries for the week or lures for the weekend. […]

  • Many new techniques and tackle have been introduced to the bass fishing world in the last two decades. One of the most popular techniques introduced on the California Delta is punching through thick matted vegetation. To punch, an angler needs a Texas rig with a tungsten bullet weight from 3/4 to 2 ounces in weight […]

  • The transition from summer to fall may be the toughest time of year to catch crappie. Anglers have to be extremely mobile and tactically adaptable to any situation. Crappie become nomadic and are unpredictable from day to day during this period, but with the right knowledge and more importantly the right outlook, you can still […]

  • Flipping means different things to different bass anglers. Some think of 8-foot “broom-stick” rods and 65-pound braid with an ounce of tungsten at the other end. Others imagine the thrill of a boiling 5-pounder rocketing out of a deadfall. For me it will always be the anticipation of that small line tick, or the mushy […]

  • It’s hard to find an angler who doesn’t love topwater fishing—there’s something about seeing a giant bass explode at the water’s surface that never gets old. Although it may not be an ideal technique throughout the entire year, you’re in luck right now. As the shad begin making their annual shallow water migration, this is […]

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NEWS

  • The biggest tournament in crappie fishing, The Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters National Championship, was held this past weekend in Washington County, Mississippi, where 157 teams descended on the 6 lakes deemed fishable waters, for a shot at $30,000...

  • When the water is clear, shad are on the move to backs of pockets and creeks and the bite is super tough it just might be the time to pull out a DUO Realis Spybait. The subtle side to...

  •  In a move that’s expected to benefit recreational boaters, on Oct. 22 the US Coast Guard will drop the current life jacket type code scheme  — Type I, II, III, IV and V — that has been used for years to...

  • Honoring two pro anglers, a successful bass fishing industry entrepreneur, and an exceptional writer on the bass fishing scene, the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame (BFHOF) Board of Directors announced today the Hall’s 2015 inductees. Recognized for their impact...

  • PRADCO Outdoor Brands, the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of fishing and hunting brands and products, has acquired Bandit Lures of Sardis, Mississippi. Bandit was founded in 1976 by Jim Winter, who launched a series of spinnerbaits at that...

  • Tournament Director Chris Bowes knows who the top anglers are in each region where B.A.S.S. conducts tournaments. So no surprise, a moment after Bowes called Boat No. 106 from his microphone at a dock at Paris Landing on Sunday morning, he turned...

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