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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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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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Fishing Style and Lure Selection Based on Weather Conditions

Veteran Pro Angler Earnest Weathersby Explains Successful Bait and Fishing Styles Based on Certain Weather Conditions. Be sure to check out Earnest on his website http://zspider.weebly.com/ Follow Earnest on Facebook
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The Pressure Anglers Thrive On! Understanding Barometric Pressure Key to Patterning Big Bass

by Jim Root  – Recently I was having a discussion with my friends Gary Dobyns, Mike Barone, and Goodyear Pro John McGoey about the significance, or lack thereof, in the relationship between barometric pressure and bass fishing. In 2004 I began journaling my fishing trips, and trying to gather as much data from the internet as I could find. Frontal systems, wind direction, moon phase,
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Competitive Advantages of Mesu Bait’s Co’s Shaky Head

MESU Baits company rep and angler Catherine Porter talks with EZ Angler about what differentiates MESU’s shaky head products.
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Top 5 Spots for Finding Bass Quickly

by Tom Redington We all have our favorite lakes that we fish all the time and know dozens of secret honey holes.  Most of these sweet spots took lots of scouting to find, a luxury you don’t have on a new lake.  Following are my top 5 spots to help you find bass quickly the next time you’re on a new lake trying to find a few fish or if you’re in a tournament and need 1 or 2 more keepers to
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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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Tic,Tack,Toe! – Finding The Sweet Spot

by Jay Samsal This winter has definitely been a little out of the ordinary, for more reasons than one. For as long as I can remember, I have spent as much time on the ice as possible, in search of the next big bite or surprise “honey hole” on our lakes in Sunset Country. But these past few months haven’t exactly been ordinary. Let’s take out the fact that since early
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Bringing The Outdooors Indoors – The Furniture of Donald Erickson

by Brent Watters Combine a love for fishing with some creativity, ingenuity and some good handyman skills and what do you get? Beautiful handmade custom made furniture that would be the pride and joy of any angler or outdoor enthusiast. The furnishings created by Donald Erickson of dderickson.com furniture. EZ Angler had a chance to catch up with Donald to learn to learn more about this
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