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Setting It Right – Techniques for Proper Hook Settting

  Proper hook setting is not a mindless action but a skill if you intend on bringing in that big catch. Three skilled bass anglers that have spent years perfecting their hook setting techniques share their techniques and advice with EZ Angler. ¬†Kris Johnson – Tournament Angler It’s dependent upon the lure being used. When I use a Senko I look for the line to twitch then feel
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The Truth About Free Boat Plans From the Internet

By Jeff Spira - All over the internet, there are “free” boat plans made available for the downloading. Most of these are quite old designs, many simply scanned from magazines no longer in print whose copyrights have run out and are now in the public domain. While suitable boats can be made from these plans, there are some things you should be aware of before investing a lot of
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Video Tips Vault #8 (Fly Fishing for Bass)

Be sure to read: Bass on the Fly? Misconceptions on Fly Fishing by Lindsay Rowland
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How To Choose A Spinnerbait

By Kevin O’Neil - The spinnerbait is a must-have lure for bass fishermen and while most know of its successful design as a lure, not all know the differences in spinnerbait designs or how to tell when specific designs are more appropriate than others. To become comfortable with the spinnerbait you must understand how it functions and what variables can alter its performance to best suit
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EZ Angler Announces Contest Winners Of Our Fish-N-Fool Lures & Cash Gift Card Giveaway

EZ Angler is pleased to announce Steve Preston of Maine as the the winner of our Fish-N-Fool Lures and Cash Gift Card Giveaway. By ‘liking’ our Facebook page (ezangler.com) and subscribing to the EZ Angler monthly and promotion newsletter, Steve wins six multi-color packs of the original Fish-N-Fool Lures’ “Sink-N-Fool Lures” (42 total) and and A $25 Visa Gift
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Understanding The Walleye Harness

By Daniel Rego – This rig was what kicked it off… Before there were fishermen whom used lures, there were the old timers whom used bait! The primary function of a harness is to rig baits and give your presentation an extra attractant. Creating a harness requires only a few materials, many of which you may already have in your tackle box. Typically harnesses are outfitted with a
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