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Stick it to 'em with swimbaits

Jan 11, 2008

Every decade seems to have its hot lure trend.

What You're Missing

Jan 11, 2008

Sometimes the difference between fishing and catching comes down to information knowing what's going on around you and adapting to it.

B.A.S.S. Channel - Jerkbaits

Jan 11, 2008

Bernie Schultz on the pros and cons of using Jerkbaits.

B.A.S.S. Channel - Pegging Sinkers

Jan 11, 2008

B.A.S.S pro Tommy Biffle talks about why he always pegs his sinkers.

B.A.S.S. Channel - Picking a Spot

Jan 11, 2008

Denny Brauer on when to stay or go from a spot.

Bud Pruitt fishes crawfish baits

Jan 10, 2008

A dead ringer for a real crawfish, the new Mad Man plastic craw has become one of pro Bud Pruitt's most effective and versatile weapons.

10 tricks for soft jerkbaits

Jan 10, 2008

Fishermen have not only forgotten how effective a soft jerkbait can be, but also how many different ways you can fish one

Double Dippin' In North Carolina

Jan 10, 2008

What is wrong with this picture?  Lake James is the epitome of scenic beauty, located at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Beneath the surface of its deep, clear waters lies a good population of smallmouth and largemouth bass that provides arguably the best chance to sample both species in North Carolina.  Yet there are very few homes or other development on its 150 miles of shoreline, and that separates it from most mountain lakes in the Tar Heel State. It is almost as if the Duke Power reservoir has yet to be fully discovered.

Jacuzzi Bass Beat Winter Blues

Jan 10, 2008

Arkansas guide and bass pro Brad Wiegmann has the cure for winter's bass fishin' blues.

Staying Warm, part 2

Jan 9, 2008

OK, it's cold outside. But that doesn't keep the fish from biting. Now is a great time to enjoy a day on the water. The trick is to be safe and comfortable. You do that by staying dry and warm.

Staying Warm, part 1

Jan 9, 2008

OK, it's cold outside. But that doesn't keep the fish from biting. Now is a great time to enjoy a day on the water. The trick is to be safe and comfortable. You do that by staying dry and warm.

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