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Finesse Fishing, Part 1 of 4

Oct 25, 2007

In this article, you can read about Mike McClelland's finesse jigging technique and all of it's refinements.

The Finesse Way, Part 4 of 4

Oct 25, 2007

Read how California's Don Iovino sings the praises of finesse doodling and how tackle, rigging and his 5 Dos for Doodling give the information that perfects his technique.

Back of the Boat: Gearing Up Part 3 of 3

Oct 25, 2007

In this article, you can read how California co-angler Tom Frink decides what tackle he needs to win the tournament.

Back of the Boat: Keys to success as a co-angler Part 2 of 3

Oct 25, 2007

In this article, read how Bryan Talmadge recommends staying positive during the tournament as key to being successful.

Back of the Boat: Keys to success as a co-angler Part 1 of 3

Oct 25, 2007

In this article, be ready to be surprised as you take a fresh look at tournament preparation for the co-angler.

2007 Southern Open #3: Ippoliti

Oct 24, 2007

"The ledge was the only place I got quality fish, so I bent the hook on my jig and made one pass and I had 11 bites on one pass on that bluff. That's where I stayed."

2007 College Bass National Championship: Alone

Oct 23, 2007

Once College Bass officials learned of Sherbert's situation, they ruled he could fish alone. His partner in the boat at for Day One became an ESPNOutdoors.com writer on assignment to observe him and write about the experience.

Blade tricks for cold water

Oct 23, 2007

Despite the proliferation of fishing lures during the past decade, there are still a few cult baits around. The Silver Buddy is one of them.

2007 Southern Open #3: Classic berths

Oct 21, 2007

"It's wonderful. Points winner is a great title to have on my resume — and I'm going to the Classic, a lifetime dream," said the 43-year-old Hartley, a veteran Elite pro who's been competing in BASS events since 1996.

2007 College Bass National Championship: Day Three notes

Oct 20, 2007

In addition to the slower current in the river, another tournament also being held on the river had attracted much more fishing traffic, especially in key locations.