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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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Custom Bait Co.’s Swimjigs

by Eric Moynihan – To begin, swim jigs are a great way to target big Bass year round. You can swim them high or on the bottom. You can burn them in or retrieve them slow. Swim jigs can be run  through the slop, around structure or in open water. No matter where you toss these awesome baits consistently, produce quality fish. There are all sorts of swim jigs available on the market today
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Fish Your Way For Success

by Blake Rankie - There are times when I am out tournament fishing or even fun fishing that I have to make certain decisions to catch fish. Very often to do well on any given day I have to go against the grain of what the majority of anglers are doing to be successful out on the water. Community fishing holes tend to hold fish but they get pounded day after day because they are well known.
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EZ Angler’s Featured Wading Babe: @FishingBarbie760

Fishing is a way of life is more than a saying for Barbie Meador (aka @FishingBarbie760). Introduced to fishing at a young age, this hard fishing Californian aspires to be one of the leading female figures in the fishing world. Images of her outstanding catches and beauty have already graced the pages of many social fishing websites and her passion for the water and pursuit for the next
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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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Scratching The Preseason Itch – Spring Gear Prep Tips

by Pete Wardlaw I know at this time of year it is very hard not to get a touch of cabin fever. To me it is the absolute longest part of the year because the rivers haven’t thawed yet. I have pretty much had enough ice fishing and unless you are heading way down south the boat isn’t coming out for a while yet. I scratch my preseason itch by going over all my equipment and checking everything.
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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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Are You Sharper Than Your Hook – Keeping Your Hook Sharp

by Eric Moynihan Have you ever set your hook, ready to pull what could be the big one that legends are made of only to end up reeling in no story at all. One thing many anglers neglect is care for their fishing hooks and it may be costing them. Hook sharpening is probably the single most neglected best practice in all of fishing. Repeated snagging catches havoc on hooks. If you fish brush
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Selecting the Right Kayak w/ Ty Sutherland of 30milesOut

EZ Angler’s Brent Watters catches up with Ty Sutherland host of 30MilesOut  to get some need to know tips on selecting the right kayak, accessories and how to get your yak ready for some fresh or saltwater fishing. Ty  has been fishing for most of his life… With a back ground in music and art, Ty has always been a performer and entertainer with careers as a recording artist and
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