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Keep up with your bass

Sep 2, 2009

Everyone knows that bass have seasonal patterns and that there are times when they move from shallow water to deep water and back again, from the main lake to the creeks and coves. We expect these transitions, but few of us truly anticipate them or try to stay ahead of them.

Our last summer hurrah

Sep 2, 2009

Sorry I haven't written for a couple of weeks. I've been on a family vacation since the last regular season event on Oneida. We wanted to do something as a family before the kids go back to school next Tuesday, the day after Labor Day. It's tough to do much as a family when the kids are in school.

To crank or not to crank

Sep 2, 2009

Fall is a time when lots of smallmouth anglers get away from the bottom-crawling baits that served them during the summer and opt for faster moving, horizontal lures like crankbaits and spinnerbaits. But not me.

The Finesse Way, Part 2 of 4

Sep 1, 2009

Elite Series Angler Marty Stone shares his tips on finesse drop shot rigs.

Anyone can win!

Sep 1, 2009

The regular season 2009 Bassmaster Elite Series events are over, the postseason begins, and here are the Angler of the Year standings.

Lake Champlain

Aug 28, 2009

How the top 3 finishers fo the 2009 Bassmaster Northern Open came from behind beat the pack.

BASS Times: Cumberland's Low Levels

Aug 27, 2009

Cumberland Lake's dam repair is not having the devastating effect on the fish that was originally feared; the businesses, however, are a different story.

Bass Times: Mining The Mother Lode

Aug 27, 2009

The deep clear waters of the open-pit mining lakes was a powerful influence in my bass fishing experience.

Hamilton to lead U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Aug 27, 2009

Sam Hamilton, the FWS Southeast Regional Director since 1997, has recently been appointed Director of the service.

Scenes from Lake Champlain

Aug 27, 2009

Before me, 362 anglers, Pro's and Co's about to live their dream. Once again. And I'm jealous...

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