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  An effort to raise funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital started on January 23rd. Called Jerseys for St. Jude, the fundraiser is in support of the annual Dick Hiley / St. Jude Bass Classic held in Wabasha, MN on the Mississippi River. In its 13th year, the tournament has raised nearl...
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Bernie from MN with a few nice ones. At 6’3” and a former collegiate linebacker, Bernie’s great at hammering home a jig but not so good at making fish look big, LOL. I’ve been fishing most days for the past week and a half on Fork and the bite has been quite good for numbers and average size. Outs...
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Largest student fishing campaign in history to be operated by TBF, FLW Outdoors MINNEAPOLIS, January 27, 2011 — FLW Outdoors, in conjunction with The Bass Federation (TBF)-Student Angler Federation (SAF), has announced the formation of the National High School Fishing program, the largest student-a...
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DORA, Ala. – Once Gerald Swindle figured out the bass wanted an achingly slow presentation with his lipless crankbait, it was a matter of staying focused and grinding out his first Bassmaster tournament win. More than 80 pounds in three days might not be considered "grinding" to some anglers. But f...
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Renowned outdoor illustrator Chris Armstrong has teamed up with the contributor crew of Bass West USA magazine. Armstrong's wonderful art drawings will be featured in every issue illustrating our new humorous column, A Funny Thing Happened. You may even see an illustrated cover by Chris Armstrong ...
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Dress for SuccessVolumes have been written about dressing for success in the business world. But did you know that dressing your spinnerbait is a significant factor in fishing for success? I stated, in the first article that one reason for the safety-pin spinnerbaits’ versatility is the ability to...
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Fishing the SEBILE Flatt Shad Like a Jerkbait for Stripers Pounding Flipping Jigs We've been seeing many stripers all over Lake Powell, Utah in recent weeks. Wherever there are shallow, sunny, brushy banks anywhere on the lake, there are at least a few stripers up shallow prowling the areas. The "...
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Part one of this series began an examination of a rather strange looking but extremely versatile lure, the safety-pin style spinnerbait. I stated the reason for its versatility is because it can be fished fast or slow, shallow or deep, brushy or open water, muddy or clear water, cold or hot water, a...
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2010 was a stellar year for ima pro Bill Lowen from North Bend, Ohio. He finished 20th in the Bassmaster Elites, easily qualifying for the 2011 Bassmaster Classic, Feb. 18-20, on the Louisiana Delta out of New Orleans. The 2011 Classic is important to Lowen for another reason too. It marks the cu...
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Pro Jerkbait Mods Modifications pros make to jerkbaits Story By Todd Iwamoto Back in the day, everybody had to modify their jerkbaits to make them more effective, but today's lure companies have learned to do a great job at manufacturing all the mods out of modern jerkbaits - or have they? Rea...
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