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  • Spring: Time to Toss a Spinner Bug
    Story : Posted 04-22-2015

    Spring: Time to Toss a Spinner Bug

    Everyone has a fishing buddy that loves shallow water. You know, the guy with the chopped up prop and a skeg polished down to bare metal. You'll know him because he's usually got his front locator turned off, and most of his rod guides are missing inserts from using it to tell the depth.

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  • Hall of Famer Elias Ready for Brewer's Select Challenge
    Story : Posted 04-22-2015

    Hall of Famer Elias Ready for Brewer's Select Challenge

    An hour after pulling out of the parking lot in Benton, Ark., MLF GEICO Select pro Paul Elias was going about his business of making tackle adjustments on the front deck of the bass rig that he would soon be occupying as an Outdoor Channel camera recorded it.

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  • A World of Bass
    Story : Posted 04-21-2015

    A World of Bass

    On July 2, 2009, when it was announced that Manabu Kurita had caught a 22-pound, 4-ounce largemouth that tied George Perry's 1932 all-tackle world record, and had caught the astoundingly huge fish not in the United States, but in a Japanese lake, a lot of American bass anglers were puzzled.

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  • Palaniuk Surprised, Not Stumped Challenge Select
    Story : Posted 04-16-2015

    Palaniuk Surprised, Not Stumped Challenge Select

    When the pickup truck towing trigs pulled out of the hotel headquarters in Benton, Ark., it didn't take long for Major League Fishing GEICO Select pro Brandon Palaniuk to figure out that he might have made a bit of a miscalculation the evening before.

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  • Ike Seeks Bayou Bass Success at Challenge Cup
    Story : Posted 04-16-2015

    Ike Seeks Bayou Bass Success at Challenge Cup

    At first glance, it might appear that Jack Link's Major League Fishing pro Mike Iaconelli, one of the most successful anglers in the modern era of bass fishing, has been there and done it all.

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  • Streams Will Return to Normal, So Will the Bass Fishing
    Story : Posted 04-15-2015

    Streams Will Return to Normal, So Will the Bass Fishing

    Many of us who remember the March 1997 floods in Kentucky recently had uncomfortable pangs of foreboding as storm systems dropped heavy amounts of rain freight-trained across the state.

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  • Inventors Who Changed the Way We Fish
    Story : Posted 04-14-2015

    Inventors Who Changed the Way We Fish

    You probably know Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin and Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. But do you know more important facts like who invented the spincast reel, the plastic worm, fish-finders, or the bass boat?

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  • Reese Overtakes Iaconelli to Win Guntersville Elite
    Story : Posted 04-13-2015

    Reese Overtakes Iaconelli to Win Guntersville Elite

    When Skeet Reese arrived in Alabama last week for the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville, he had a solid plan in place for how he wanted to fish.

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  • Recipes for Bank Fishing
    Story : Posted 04-13-2015

    Recipes for Bank Fishing

    It's a phenomenon I notice every year. When the Bradford pears and plum trees start blooming, anglers young and old, male and female, gather at the water's edge.

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  • Top 6 Spring Steelhead Flies
    Story : Posted 04-07-2015

    Top 6 Spring Steelhead Flies

    With spring steelhead season around the corner here in Southern Ontario, most of us have had a long winter and are itching to get back on the rivers.

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