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Potomac smallmouth

Oct 21, 2010

Recently completed research on the presence of female reproductive cells in male smallmouth bass has led fisheries scientists to conclude that the "intersex condition" is now present throughout the Potomac River's expansive watershed.

Saving Florida's Harris Chain

Oct 21, 2010

Saving Florida's Harris Chain of Lakes for a brighter future.

Smallmouth roam

Oct 21, 2010

Tim Kubetz has some revealing information to share with smallmouth bass anglers, following a radio telemetry study he conducted as his senior research project at Wildlands Science Research Center Charter School.

Texas lakes get major water release

Oct 21, 2010

The recent passing of Hurricane Alex across central Mexico included massive rain bands that dumped a deluge of water into the feeder creeks and canyons supplying Lake Amistad, one of the hottest bass lakes in North America.

Texas live-release trailer

Oct 21, 2010

Texas BASS Federation Nation will use its own live-release trailer at major tournaments during 2010.

Texas meeting attracts biologists

Oct 21, 2010

Texas meeting attracts biologists and anglers

Unrealized potential for Louisiana Delta

Oct 21, 2010

Unrealized potential for Louisiana Delta habitat restoration

Fish your memory for "old baits" that still work

Oct 20, 2010

Anglers can be more fickle than fish, often moving on to the next big thing. Anglers can be more fickle than fish, often moving on to the next big thing.

Fishing for a Cure

Oct 20, 2010

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and J. Todd Tucker is leading the charge to get the bass fishing industry informed and involved.

Change is constant

Oct 19, 2010

The constant in my fishing pattern is change in strategy and baits. We all need to keep change in mind when we're on the water. The same thing doesn't always work.