bass

5 Things You Need To Know Before Smallmouth Fishing in NY

By Jim Root - If you’re like most people you’ve probably heard stories of how legendary the smallmouth bass fishing is in NY. From Ontario, Erie, St. Lawrence, Oneida, Champlain, Cayuga, Susquehanna, you can find yourself hooking up with smallmouth in the 5-7+ pound range on every trip if you know what to look for, what to bring, and what to expect. Come unprepared, however, and
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Ish Monroe Offers Apology Statement Regarding Southern Open Lake Toho Incident

B.A.S.S. disqualified two anglers who tussled following Day 2 of the Lake Toho Bassmaster Southern Open tournament on Lake Tohopekaliga, Fla. Ish Monroe, and Keith Poche, were disqualified from the Open based on an investigation of an incident. Additional penalties for both anglers may be imposed pending the outcome of additional investigations that are ongoing. Based on the initial
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Fishing A Jig In The Cold of Winter

By Dan Wells - Jigs will catch fish 12 months out of the year however the cold water period is when a jig can really shine! When the water temps are at their lowest during the winter many bass only eat once every few days and they prefer a meal they don’t have to work hard for and provides a large amount of protein, what better then a slow moving crawdad. A jig mimics a crawdad better than
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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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Fletcher Shryock Introduces the Sebile Pivot Frog at ICAST 2014

Description: The Sebile Pivot Frog is currently available for pre-order – and expected to arrive by Spring.* Most frog lures, no matter how detailed or attractive, lack the ability to deliver consistent and clean hook sets, which is why Sebile broke away from the norm to deliver a frog that is not only enticing, but flat-out more efficient. Unlike most frog lures that keep the hook
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Dave Mercer Talks Casting Strategy with EZ Angler

Facts of Fishing host Dave Mercer talks with EZ Angler at ICAST 2014 about his top two tips for anglers.  
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Consistent Co-Angler

By John Boudreau The topic of having consistent success from the back of the boat is one that has many layers. As far as co-anglers in the tournament scene are concerned, we are all familiar with who typically places at (or near) the top on most days. Many people often wonder, “How do you get to be one of those recognized co-anglers?” Depending on the type of tournaments you fish, it could
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Don’t Let the Dog Days Of Summer Burn You At The Ramp!

By Jim Root - Since I began writing this blog I’ve started to get emails from people asking me what I would do in certain climates or weather conditions, and asking if there are presentations other than the ones I’ve suggested that are also an option to someone who might not feel that what I’ve suggested is something that they’re really comfortable doing. So with that
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Deep Freshwater Fishing Tip – Letting It Drop After Missing The Strike

Oklahoma Trophy Bass Guide Chuck Justice reminds anglers of one of the biggest mistakes they make after missing a strike in deep water.
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EZ Angler Featured Wading Babe Delayne Nicole

Some things are meant to be and for Delayne Nicole fishing is just simply part of who she is and her life. Delayne has been wetting a line since the age of three when she was first introduced to the activity by her father. Through the years she has continued honing her fishing skills and through her pictures and words it clear this EZ angling Floridian knows her way around a tackle box and
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