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Red Eye Shad for fall bass

Nov 23, 2009

Now that we're well into fall, a lot of the bass that were shallow and chasing bait a month ago are now more dispersed. They're still chasing baitfish, but since the baitfish are more spread out, so are the bass.

2009 Central Open: Atchafalaya Basin Fishoff Weigh-In

Nov 8, 2009

In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2009 Atchafalaya basin fishoff weigh in.

2009 Central Open: Atchafalaya Basin Fishoff Launch

Nov 8, 2009

In this photo gallery you will seee images of the Atchafalaya Fishoff Launch

2009 Central Open: Atchafalaya Basin Day Three Weigh-In

Nov 7, 2009

In this photo gallery you will see images of the Central open in the Atchafalaya basin day three weigh in.

2009 Central Opens: Atchafalaya Basin Day Two Behind the Scenes

Nov 6, 2009

In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2009 central open at the Atchafalaya basin in Louisiana day two behind the scenes.

2009 Central Opens: Atchafalaya Basin Day Two Weigh-In

Nov 6, 2009

In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2009 Central open at Atchafalaya basin day two weigh in.

Our freedom to 'Take :10'

Nov 2, 2009

One of the things I'm really excited about is the new Bassmaster.com Take :10 video series. Basically BASS filmed a ton of 10-second instructional spots to give anglers a quick look at tips and techniques they need to know. It's the kind of stuff that'll help you guys catch more fish every time you go out on the water.

Virginia co-angler

Sep 29, 2009

Fabled fishery has non-boater preparing for bass of a lifetime

2009 Bassmaster Central Open #2, Winner

Sep 7, 2009

Stephen Johnston abandoned his preferred pattern during the second day of the Bassmaster Central Open on Sam Rayburn. When the scales settled, the local guide had clinched his first Bassmaster victory with a three-day total of 57 pounds, 5 ounces.

2009 Bassmaster Central Open #2

Sep 7, 2009

Sam Rayburn's a grass lake, so most of the fishing will be centered around bass relating to the hydrilla in the lake. There's going to be a ton of ways to catch them, from flipping hydrilla with a jig or some type of plastic, or working a topwater, wacky worm or whatever — but everything's going to be related to the grass.

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