The quick hook change to which she refers involves swapping the front No. 4 treble hook with a bigger, heavier size. The idea is to add a slight amount of weight to the front of the lure — just enough to pull the nose down a fraction of an inch.
While fall turnover is playing havoc with the main lake, the backs of creeks are generally immune to turnover.
In this article, you can read about Mike McClelland's finesse jigging technique and all of it's refinements.
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In this article, you can read how California co-angler Tom Frink decides what tackle he needs to win the tournament.
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In this article, be ready to be surprised as you take a fresh look at tournament preparation for the co-angler.
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.
In this article, you can read about Elite Series pro Aaron Martens technique for finesse split shot rigging in clear water.
In this article, you can read tips about handling yourself and your boat when encountering high winds and big waves.
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