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Friday 13 March 2009 / Jared867
Lure Technique (30 items)
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The Pro-Files (2 items)
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Bass Biology (5 items)
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“Shakey Head” When to use it?
on 12 Aug 2011 by Danny Ryan author list
What season should you throw a Shakey Head? Yep, you guessed it every season can be successful. Here are few helpful tips that will help you feel that tension and tug at the end of your line we all love. Where to start? Let’s talk equipment.Preferred equipment for me is spinning tackle about 95% of the time. I like a [read more]
Jigs for Dummies: An Introduction To The Jig - Part II
on 12 Aug 2011 by Eric author list
Color Selection, not so simplified….There are such a gross myriad of lure colors available to the angler today that it’s no wonder why people are constantly confused as to what color to pick in any given circumstance.  There are literally hundreds of companies each manufacturing their own specific colors in God only knows how many different combinations.  How are you [read more]
Jigs for Dummies: An Introduction To The Jig
on 12 Aug 2011 by Eric author list
Earlier this year, I decided to dedicate myself to throwing jigs.  I concentrated on only throwing them for a few months before I started to add them into my normal fishing routine.  Although I do not consider myself an accomplished jig fisherman yet, I certainly no longer call myself a novice.  Hopefully the following post will help in demystifying the [read more]
Lure Choice More Important In Hot Summer Months
on 29 Jul 2011 by Bobby Lane author list
Lure Choice More Important In Hot Summer Months Anyone looking at Bobby Lane's boat this time of year might be surprised to see eight to 10 rods on his front deck and each rigged with a different lure, but for him such a mixture is standard procedure. The Yamaha Pro believes lure choice is more important than location when it comes [read more]
Anatomy of a Largemouth Bass
on 20 Jul 2011 by Florida Fisheries author list
Extermal Fish AnatomyThe following illustration of a largemouth bass shows some of the common external features that are used to describe the differences between fish that are described in more detail below. Fish are animals that are cold-blooded, have fins and a backbone. Most fish have scales and breathe with gills. There are about 22,000 species of fish that began evolving [read more]
Keeping Bass Alive in Hot Weather
Tournament anglers encouraged to consider oxygen injection in livewells
on 30 Jun 2011 by Larry Hodge author list
Keeping Bass Alive in Hot Weather Tournament anglers encouraged to consider oxygen injection in livewells ATHENS-The hotter the weather, the more difficult it is to keep bass in livewells healthy, especially during tournaments, when heavy limits of fish may be held for several hours until weigh-in. "Dissolved oxygen is the single most important factor for keeping bass alive," said [read more]
Now's A Good Time for Topwater
on 30 Jun 2011 by Fishing Wire author list
Now's A Good Time for Topwater If you're having trouble deciding which lures to use now that summer is here in full force, consider Yamaha Pro Dave Mansue's advice: throw a big topwater bait, retrieve it slowly so bass think it's an easy meal, and stay in water less than 15 feet deep. "For me, the topwater season really gets [read more]
Making the Most Out of Your Time on the Water
on 30 Jun 2011 by Glenn Walker author list
Making the Most Out of Your Time on the Water Anytime I'm on the water I'm always thinking about ways to maximize my time fishing the key structure or areas that are holding the right group of bass that will help me be successful, whether it is in a tournament of just out fun fishing. To maximize my time on [read more]
Looking for Big Summer Bass? Try Deep-Diving Crankbaits.
on 30 Jun 2011 by Kelly Jordan author list
Looking for Big Summer Bass? Try Deep-Diving Crankbaits. For Kelly Jordon, the hot months of summer have come to mean only one thing, that it's time to fish deep-diving crankbaits, not only for numbers of bass but also for big bass,as well. The veteran Yamaha Pro has caught more bass in the nine to 12-pound range with big crankbaits than he [read more]
Fishing Docks with G-Man
on 07 Jun 2011 by Trokar author list
Docks are more than potential bass-harboring structures for Gerald Swindle. Rather, the Elite Series[...]
Fishing Docks with G-Man Docks are more than potential bass-harboring structures for Gerald Swindle. Rather, the Elite Series pro from Warrior, Ala., sees these fish condos as a personal challenge — a “You want some of this?” kind of deal.That being said, he resists the urge to shock-and-awe his way into a bite, instead favoring surgical strikes heavy on the strategies [read more]

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