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Livingston Lures Introduces MultiTouch Sound Baits

Livingston Lures revolutionized the world of hard baits in 2004 with the introduction of the original EBS Technology and EBS-powered lures, which produced the sound of an actual baitfish in distress. EBS MultiTouch takes it even further, now allowing anglers to “program” the sounds their baits make, with four different settings that change the sounds emitted from EBS™ Original
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Double Prop Baits – Better Than The Rest

By Charles E. White -  When I first started bass fishing, I was six years old. I was using a Heddon Tiny Torpedo by an old concrete wall that had fallen in the water at Buckeye Lake. I was fishing this double prop bait and all of a sudden I had this big splash right by my bait. It almost scared me to death! I kept fishing and was ready for this fish the next time. It struck again, it was a
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Catfish Baits – What is the Right Cut Bait Presentation?

By Mark Fleagle -  Catfish have a very tuned sensory system that allows them to taste catfish bait from sometimes 15 ft away. They can smell and taste very small concentrations of your catfish bait when it dissolves in the water and can detect them from some distances away. This is definitely an advantage on any waters where there is a current because the smell and taste drift down stream. It
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Calling All Carps, Calling All Carps

by Paul Beauchesne Jr  (AKA Muskie) Spring is here and rivers and ponds are really starting to show signs of life and it reminds me that I need to get my sleep in now, because in a few weeks, sleep will not be an option, unless of course I don’t want to achieve my goal of catching the biggest carp in the state this year. There is no guarantee, but I know you can’t catch fish from the couch.
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Feelin’ Froggy? Topwater Frog Tactics

  By Dan Wells - It’s post spawn and early summer. The water is warm and big bass are eating often. Some of the most exciting fishing you could ever have is right in front of you. Top water frog fishing! With a little patience, the right equipment and some confidence, provide to you in this article, you will be ready for hand to hand combat with big fish, heavy cover, and shallow water.
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Late Winter – Early Spring Patterns…Fish Or No Fish….It’s Up To You

by Aaron Crippen For any tournament angler who says that its easy to go out and pattern fish after the dramatic cold fronts we have seen this year on many lakes is not wrong but it is definitely not easy. The patterns we have been so used to doing this time of the year are being pushed back and we are still seeing some of the coldest weather conditions that this country has seen in over 60
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Pro Review: MESU’s BuzzeRR and Swim Raptor Jig

by Vance Montgomery – In the 20 years that I’ve been a tournament fisherman, I had the pleasure of putting a lot of very great baits on my line. MESU Bait is a Kansas-based lure manufacturer that i can get behind. Out of their line-up, two lures stand out and are the best I have tied on – the BuzzeRR  and the Swim Raptor Jig. BuzzeRR The BuzzeRR is a fantastic buzz bait that has
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Homemade Carp Fishing Bait Secrets Of Winter Success Revealed!

by Tim Richardson - If you are like most anglers who complain about how hard winter fishing is then remember that much of your lack of success is not anything other than your bait not working at 100 percent in cold temperatures because 95 percent of boilies are totally inefficient in low temperatures! But you have the power to change this! Have your eyes opened right now and multiply your
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Big Bite Baits 5-inch Flying Squirrels

Designed by professional angler Jeff Kriet, Big Bite Baits 5-inch Flying Squirrels provide excellent results. With a little knowledge of the water your fishing and where to throw, these baits almost made it impossible not to walk away without a catch.  Capable of being fished in numerous ways, we fished this creature bait Texas Rig style and weightless on a wide gap hook, getting some great
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Dropshotting With A Twist

By Rick Lawrence (A.K.A The Fish-N-Fool ) I want to share with you a neat new way I found to catch river Smallmouth on a dropshot, but with a new twist! I call it “The Drag the Dropshot” method. I found this method kind of by accident. It was early November and the weather was fair but a cold front had moved in and the water temps were dropping down into the low 50′s. I was
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