June 2014

3 Tips to Help Catch More Smallmouth Bass

 I can remember as a young boy wading Mulberry Creek in Lynchburg Tennessee in search of smallmouth Bass. There is no better fighter on the end of your line than the acrobatic smallmouth Bass. I have often referred to the smallmouth Bass as the poor mans trout and the beauty of the bronzeback is unmatched to a Tennessee farm boy. There are many ways to catch smallmouth Bass and listed here
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Musky Spoons – Why Have People Abandoned The Spoon?

by Scott R Musky fishing can be expensive. Why? Lures, that’s why. But why are musky lures so expensive? Because they’re big and most are machined. And, in my opinion, there is tons of hype. Do the musky know this? No. So why do many musky fisherman just have to have a $40, 17 inch walleye replication to feel like they might catch something? Uhhh, because it looks oh so pretty.
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Fish & Wash Odor Eliminating Hand Soap

by Brent Watters - After spending a day on the water handling catches it goes without saying that odor produced on our hands can be quite strong. The same applies for times we prepare our catch or store bought fish for cooking. Although some of us wear this musk like a badge of honor, at some point you want it gone – and if not you, your friends and family do. Fish & Wash Odor Eliminating
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A Look At New Wave Soft Plastics by Basskwondo

by James Messer - New Wave plastics is a line of baits produced by Basskwondo Custom Baits. They offer 22 styles of baits and a wide variety of colors. These baits are submission infused with “secret sauce” and contain no salt, so they naturally float. Each bait is individually hand injected and inspected before packaging. These baits have become the overwhelming best bait that I have added
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EZ Angler Reader Profile: Kayla Nevius

Kayla Nevius has gained quite a bit of attention lately around the freshwater fishing community, especially the social network communities. In Kayla’s case, a picture can truly be worth a thousand words – a thousand words most bass anglers would love to say. The victory pose of Kayla holding onto a beautiful 10.5-pound largemouth pulled from California’s Lake Isabella is truly
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Five Easy Fly Fishing Methods For Trout

by David Manning Many fly fishing techniques can be difficult to master. Matching a hatch of small mayflies or dead drifting a nymph without an indicator can be very difficult for a beginner succeed at. There are techniques however, that any fly fisherman that can cast 20 or 25 feet of line can easily master. None of these techniques require much in the way of guess work and intuition. They
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The Ultimate Walleye Box

by Dan Molokken - There are a lot of things to consider when putting together the ultimate Walleye box. We’ll just assume that we are putting one together for the Mighty Mississippi River as apposed to the Great Lakes. Crankbaits One should always have an assortment of Jointed Shad Raps, including all four of the crawdad patterns and shad patterns, along with the go-to
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Fusion rain suit by Stormr – New line of raingear reigns supreme!

by Jim Root – I recently got back from the fishing in the first Bass Pro Shops Northern Open of 2014 at Douglas Lake in Dandridge TN, where I got to see a lot of friends from the Tour and make some new ones too!  While we talked about a lot of different things, the two things that they all asked me about were my personal weather station from Weather Underground and my new Fusion rain
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2014 Chevrolet Silverado – Truck of the Year at North American Auto Show, Among Others

by Jake Bennett - While Chevrolet once lagged in auto sales, and critics argued that American car companies had lost their dominance to foreign imports, the company was not ready to fold. In fact, Chevrolet has come out of the gate, in the last few years, ready to take off full speed. They have produced several vehicles that have won over the hearts of critics and consumers alike, and 2014
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EZ Angler Featured Wading Babe Miranda

Miranda is an easy going Pennsylvanian who is always ready to wet a line and she is passionate about fishing and the outdoors. But living in beautiful Pine Creek , PA, a beautiful destination spot for freshwater and flyfishing,  how could one not be. When she is not working her 9-5 or out exploring the outdoors and waterways, Miranda is building her fishing knowledge working at one of the
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