An Imperium Baits One Two Punch For Summer Smallies

By Chad Wallace – In the summer when big bronzebacks move out offshore onto vast rocky mid-lake reefs and humps, they can be easy to find with 2d sonar, side imaging or down imaging when suspended on top or off the edges chasing bait fish. However, when their main forage base is crayfish like on Lake Mille Lacs in Minnesota, the most active fish are tight to the bottom between big
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Can You Stop A Fish Bleeding From The Gills With Coke or Sprite?

By James Green – I’d never heard of this topic until the other day, but with a quick search I soon found a lot of other people talking about the same thing. It seems there are anglers all over the place pouring carbonated drinks into their fish in an effort to stop them bleeding from the gills. But can Coke, Sprite or Mountain Dew really help or is it just an old wives tale? For
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A Water Temperature Guide for Early Fall Bass

By Mark Bilbrey – With each passing day summer fades into fall. Longer nights and cooler temperatures leave a still fog on the morning lake as the water slowly cools down. For a fisherman one particular thing brings changes in the behavior of the bass, and that is the falling water temperature. This is the change that triggers an instinctive increase in the feeding activity in baitfish
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New VMC Spindrift Hook Features No-Twist New Twist

VMC introduces the Spindrift Hook which puts a fresh twist on an old tactic – rather, it takes the twist out of that technique. “There was a concept instituted 10 to 15 years ago in the Dakotas that was a way to hook a crawler so it would spin at slow speeds,” explains VMC pro Tom Neustrom, a Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame Legendary Guide. “The only problem was that
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Stone Coffee Milk Stout

Here is a delicious milk coffee stout from Escondido, CA-based Stone Brewing Co. This ale pours a rick black from the bottle with a beautiful tan head that settles to a thin tan pool with little to no lacing. Prepare for a burst of aromas that bring together chocolate, coffee, toffee and roasted grains. The taste is a great extension of the aroma, providing smokey roast and dark malt taste
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Ranger Unveils the 2080VS Angler

The new Ranger 2080VS Angler delivers multipurpose boat buyers the benefits of a best-in-class fishing platform plus the increased power and performance of a dynamic watersports boat. Built on a proven hull design that’s longer, deeper and wider, Ranger’s newest do-it-all dream rig has room for all the people and gear necessary for an unforgettable day on the water. Measuring 20
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Randy Howell’s Top EZ Angler Fishing Tip – Hint: Go Long

  Bassmaster Classic Champion Shares with EZ Angler one of his number one fishing tips for catching more fish…..hint -go long!
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Bass Baiting by Season: Understand the Cyclical Feeding Habits of Bass

By Mike Cork – Bass are among the most sought-after freshwater game fish. Everyone from professional anglers to weekend fishermen spend countless hours trying to discover the magic lure to catch bass every time they fish. But the truth is, there is no single bait that mimics all the forage opportunities bass have throughout the year. Knowing the primary forage bass eat at any given time
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EZ Angler Featured Wading Babe Brittany BASSett

Meet EZ Angler Featured Wading Babe Brittany BASSett. A California angler, Brittany is just a natural lover of the water and some good fishing fun! When we first noticed Brittany double fisting two large lunkers with an adoring smile, we knew we wanted to know more about this EZ Angler from the West.   Where do you call home? I grew up in Lake Elsinore, California. I love it. It is a nice
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