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EZ Angler Looks at the New Solar Juggin Jug & Solar Light system

EZ Angler checks out the Solar Juggin Jug & Solar Light  system, a cool jug fishing and light system entirely made in the U.S. that’s designed to provide greater buoyancy than traditional fishing jugging methods as well as lighting to easily track jugs even at night. Key Features LED Solar Powered Light – 20,000 mCd. Durable Design with PE Plastic Weighs Less Than Two Pounds Area
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Big Bass Dream’s Oliver Nyg Talks Big Baits for Big Fish and Chasing the Dream

EZ Angler catches up with Big Bass Dream’s Oliver Nyg and talk about the use of big baits for big time bass fishing and how he pursued his dream for only the biggest bass. Californian Oliver is known for having the most incredible run of fishing that a person could only dream about.  In a 7 week span, he hooked and landed 17 fish from 10lbs to 13lbs 5oz.  Breaking personal best twice in
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Who’s That Lady – Amy J. Rising To Top Of Bass Fishing Social Media

by EZ Angler Staff – In recent months through our social channels we have been coming across several images of Amy J. Usually with a beautiful smile and big bass in hand, Amy is quickly becoming the female, social media ambassador of weekend power fishing. So, of course it struck our curiosity, especially after others began asking us “do you know who she is?” We approached
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Debunking Myths On Crappie Fishing Water Temperature

Professional Crappie Tournament Angler and Guide Todd Huckabee debunks the “myths” on crappie fishing water temperature. “The biggest myths in Crappie fishing is the water temperature. For years it was said that it has to be 65 to 70 degrees before crappie spawn. This has been documented for years even in books and literature. Guess what, water temperature has nothing to do
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Homework for a Co-Angler

by Adam Smith – For any size tournament it is crucial to do your homework! As a boater there is much more put into this but you should still do your fair share as a co-angler to help put you at the top more times than not! When starting to prepare for a tournament you first want to think about how much you already know about the lake you’ll be fishing, if you have a good amount of
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How Bass See Color – Are Bass Seeing Red?

by Mark Bilbrey  – There are biological reasons for red hooks being effective and it is a thing called “Gill Flash” as fish are feeding, the gills of a fish become engorged with blood and the flashes of red starts a frenzy. Almost all hook companies make red hooks for this reason. However, red line is supposed to disappear when submerged in water. But red is known to
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Out With the Old Ways of Handling Deep Hooked Bass

by Rick Lawrence –  (A.K.A. The Fish-N-Fool) Too many anglers have been told for years that the best way to handle a deep hooked bass was to cut the line at the hook eye and let it rust out. I have for about the last 20 years never left a hook in a bass. I believe in that whole time I’ve been fishing I have only have killed one bass and that was because it got hooked in the gills and
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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
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Ice Fishing: Cold.. But Fun

by Craig Thornburrow – For people that love to fish winter does not get in the way. In fact many fishing enthusiast can hardly wait for the water to freezer over so they can start ice fishing, so make sure that you are properly prepared so it is an enjoyable time. Ice fishing might turn out to be an extremely enjoyable activity for you if you are one of those who love the frozen lake
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Winter Cranking – Moving to Cover More

by Chad Horton – As the water temp drops bass fishing tends to get a little tougher as most species of fish become less active and don’t pursue prey as aggressively as they did during the warmer months. This is a time when some anglers reach for jigs or jerkbaits, but I opt for crankbaits. With depth and water clarity as considerations, the use of crankbaits allows me to cover a lot of
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