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Still Time to Enjoy Forgotten Fishing Season
on 15 Dec 2010 by Jared867 author list
Still Time to Enjoy Forgotten Fishing Season According to Yamaha Pro Todd Faircloth, anglers still have time to enjoy what he describes as bass fishing's 'forgotten season,' when fish are migrating back out of tributary creeks to main lake structure where they'll spend the winter.  "Fishermen look forward to September when bass start following shad and other baitfish into the [read more]
Bobby Lane On Flippin for Big Bass
on 20 Apr 2010 by Jared867 author list
Bobby Lane On Flippin for Big Bass     Professional angler Bobby Lane shares his tactics for catching big spring bass by flipping, rather than swimbaits.  Even though the 11-pound bass Bobby Lane caught during a recent Bassmaster® Elite tournament in California hit a swimbait, the Yamaha Pro readily admits his favorite spring fishing technique is flipping shallow, weedy cover, and he adds, [read more]
Follow Alton Jones' Tips For Better Topwater Action
on 18 Aug 2009 by Jared867 author list
Follow Alton Jones' Tips For Better Topwater Action During the hot summer months, two things constantly remind Alton Jones to keep a top-water lure tied on and ready to fish. The first is that when he began fishing as a youngster more than 35 years ago, he started with a topwater lure, and the second is the 9 lb., 9-oz. bass [read more]
Why Fish Patterns, Not Holes?
on 26 Mar 2009 by Jared867 author list
Many anglers will return to their tried and trusted holes, on their home lakes, time and time again.[...]
  Why Fish Patterns, Not Holes? Here I sit, a minute before midnight, and as usual, fishing is on my mind to such a degree that I can not sleep. I should be sound asleep by now as my alarm is set to sound at 4:15am, then it's off to meet up with my buddy to pre-fish for an upcoming tournament. [read more]
Crazy `bout the Carolina
on 05 May 2008 by Jared867 author list
An in-depth look at fishing the Carolina Rig.
Crazy 'bout the Carolina By Jared Pease 2004         Decades ago, on Lake Wylie, South Carolina, anglers began using a technique never before seen by the fishing world. More importantly, those anglers were catching high numbers of fish and some very large ones at that, employing this technique. It wasn't long before everyone was tying a swivel and a length of [read more]




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