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Ohio River pollution

Mar 1, 2011

CINCINNATI — The mighty Ohio River rises in downtown Pittsburgh and flows 981 miles to its confluence with the Mississippi River at Cairo, Ill. Flowing through heavily populated and industrialized areas, it collects an unsettling array of contaminants.

Perry's influence on the bass fishing world

Mar 1, 2011

Read the full article about Buck Perry on page 10 of the July 2010 issue of BASS Times. Below is more information about Perry's influence on the bass fishing world.

Power drop shotting with KVD

Mar 1, 2011

Leave it to high octane Kevin VanDam to turn a slowpoke finesse tactic like drop shotting into a power fishing presentation.

Rigged up for creature baits

Mar 1, 2011

The same rod-and-reel setup an angler is likely to prefer for pitching, flipping or fishing Carolina rigs will suffice for creature baits.

Seeing spots

Mar 1, 2011

<photo1>When Mike Bucca goes fishing, he sees spots.

Shallow or deep?

Mar 1, 2011

Editor's note: This is a supplement to the article Jerk Deep for a Change. Read the full story <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/outdoors/bassmaster/fishingtips/news/story?page=BT_bonus_201102_deep_jerk">here</a>.

Sinking braid

Mar 1, 2011

Life was simpler when monofilament was the only line choice. Then along came superbraid, followed by fluorocarbon. Each of these lines has unique properties, and advanced anglers use them for different applications.

Sound advice on rattles

Mar 1, 2011

When Bassmaster Elite Series angler Tommy Biffle is among the leaders of a Bassmaster event, count on him being at the top because of a jig or soft plastic bait dressed with rattles.

Stop Running And Start Gunning

Mar 1, 2011

<photo1>Nobody likes fishing in a crowd, especially during a tournament. It's the reason so many anglers make long runs. The farther you run, the fewer competitors you have to contend with.

The blue-green threat

Mar 1, 2011

CHARLOTTE, N.C. Golden algae is the killer of fish. Since the first documented die-off in 1985 on the Pecos River in Texas, it has killed millions of fish.