May 2013

Breaking the Mold – Fishing new waters requires anglers to break old habits

By Chris Futch - I wash my truck every weekend. I use the same hose, the same scrub brush, the same soap, and for the most part, the same routine. Why the same thing every time? Because it works. Over time, I’ve figured out what works well for me when it comes to washing my truck and I’ve developed a pattern. The same can be said for my bass fishing. I grew up fishing a very large river, The
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The Importance of Good Hooks & The Right Size Hook For The Job

By Becky Gardhouse -  There are so many hooks to choose from when you visit your local tackle store that it’s easy for some anglers to get overwhelmed. Hooks are hooks in some people’s minds. When choosing  hooks they figure they either need a big one or a small one depending on the fish they are pursuing. Many anglers miss the importance of not only using the proper size hook, but also the
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Video Tips Vault #4 (Hook Setting)

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Getting Jiggy With Walleye

  By EZ Angler Staff - Jigging is one of the most effective ways of catching the aggressive and sporty walleye. Jigs coupled with either live minnow or a 3” to 4” grub allows for a stealth approach and provides the right presentation for fishing Walleye. Use either a ¼ ounce or 1/8 ounce jig that allows for casting along the base of shore line and just heavy enough to be in contact with
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