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“Pitchin', Skippin' & Flipping”, Chat, Tuesday, April 24th, at 8:30pm EST
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There are many techniques that can be utilized to catch many species of fish but the three techniques, “Pitchin', Skippin' & Flipping”, are signature presentations that are definitive of bass fishing.



Every bass angler is drawn to docks, stumps, laydowns and other forms of heavy cover that scream "BASS LIVE HERE". There are many baits that can be used to extract fish from these forms of cover but when it comes to getting the baits to their target, these three techniques, when executed properly, simply cannot be beat.

Tuesday, we will be discussing these three lethal techniques. If you excel at these techniques, come share your knowledge and experience. If you are new to these techniques, join us and we will be sure that the next time you hit the water, you be able to make good use of them. We will not only be discussing the how's and why's but, as usual, we will also be discussing what baits, lines, rods and reels are recommended and which we all prefer.

Please come chat with us tomorrow, Tuesday, April 24th, as we discuss “Pitchin', Skippin' & Flipping” - ask questions, share your opinions and advice and join in the fun times with everyone. You are also more than welcome to just kick back, relax and read everyone's chat. Feel free to take notes if you wish. There will be a lot of useful information shared for sure. Members will start arriving after 8PM Eastern and chat will start officially at 8:35PM Eastern Time and 7:35PM Central Time.

To join us, just be sure to be logged into the forums and click the "BASS CHAT" button in the top navigation bar.

I look forward to seeing everyone in chat TONIGHT.

Tattered Thumbs, Jared

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Tuesday 24 April 2012 - 11:02:25



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