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Shake It Up, Baby

Dec 11, 2009

When a lot of anglers think of wintertime fishing, they think there are just a very few ways you can catch bass. But that's not exactly true

What a year!

Dec 11, 2009

I'm at Lay Lake trying to get ready for next year's Bassmaster Classic. Obviously, the fish will be responding differently in February, but I want to learn as much about the lake as I possibly can before it goes off-limits.

Bundle up for cold weather

Dec 10, 2009

Here are a few tips to protect the most important parts of your body and increase your enjoyment when you're on the water in less-than-ideal conditions.

All in the head

Dec 9, 2009

The leadhead jig works. It's one of the most versatile, precise tools you will ever tie on your line. Fishing a leadhead is more of an approach or system than it is just another lure. It's a method of presentation that can be as simple or as complex as the angler wishes.

2010 January Lunker Club

Dec 9, 2009

Dedicated bass readers submit photos of their 'lunkers.' This album contains images submitted for the January 2010 instalment of the Lunker Club.

Micro guides

Dec 9, 2009

The latest rodmaking innovation — micro guides — is sure to become a widespread option, if not an outright design change, once anglers recognize the advantages these smaller guides offer.

The One that Got Away

Dec 9, 2009

I suppose every angler has a story about a fish that got away that sticks with him for years. I know that I do.

Think Big for Winter Spots

Dec 8, 2009

Visit spotted bass lakes during winter months and you'll probably see most anglers finessing dainty plastics over rocky points, along shorelines and down bluff banks.

Waiting is the hardest part

Dec 8, 2009

Recreational anglers voiced their concerns about proposed restrictions on the use of lead in fishing weights and lures before the Washington Fish & Wildlife Commission during the agency's December public meeting.

Master Series: Art of the Swimbait - Byron Velvick (Lesson 5)

Dec 8, 2009

Winter is beginning to settle into many parts of our country. That means less fishing and more dreaming about next year and what you're going to need to catch them come spring.

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