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Shopping used boats

Shopping used boats

One question I often get asked by anglers looking for their first bass boat is, “What should I get in a used bass boat?”It’s a good question and one that certainly deserves a lot of forethought.

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Tackle Tip Tuesday: Cook’s swim jig retrieves

Tackle Tip Tuesday: Cook’s swim jig retrieves

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Whitaker on summer dock fishing

Whitaker on summer dock fishing

Jake Whitaker loves to fish docks all year long, but in the heat of the summer some of the biggest fish in the lake will take haven under a dock. Whitaker likes to fish his baits in the deepest, darkest area within a dock where a bass may set up.

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It’s time to slide up

It’s time to slide up

In my recent blog a few weeks ago, summer was just getting into full swing, bass throughout the southern half of the U.S. were in post-spawn, and I told you that finding the river or primary creek channel was the key starting spot to find big schools of “post spawners.” 

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Going deep with swimbaits

Going deep with swimbaits

If your travels should take you to Lake Amistad in the next few months, make certain you pack some swimbaits with the rest of your tackle. And on your lake map, mark Burro, Box, Caballo, Tule and Zorro canyons as places to throw those swimbaits.

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Yes, bass can hear you

Yes, bass can hear you

Sometimes it’s good to review some of the basics of bass fishing, and so it is with noise. 

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Just because it’s old…

Just because it’s old…

Now’s the time of year when we’re all looking at new products and imagining how many bass we’ll catch with them, and that’s absolutely correct. We will catch bass with the newest and best products around.

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Tackle Tip Tuesday: Menendez on selecting crankbaits

Tackle Tip Tuesday: Menendez on selecting crankbaits

Mark Menendez explains how the characteristics of a crankbait bill will give the bait a wiggle or a wobbling action, which are great during different times of year. This Tackle Tip Tuesday video is presented by Mercury Marine.

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Making night moves

Making night moves

With the Guntersville tournament behind us, we’re more than halfway through the 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule. It will be several weeks before I leave home to fish the next Elite event at the St. Lawrence River. I plan to make the most of the break by fishing at night.

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Tackle Tip Tuesday: Gustafson on shallow jigs

Tackle Tip Tuesday: Gustafson on shallow jigs

Jeff Gustafson explains a few key components to fishing a Maribou jig for smallmouth up north in this Tackle Tip Tuesday video presented by Mercury Marine. He includes his favorite sizes, colors and retrieves.

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