Young Boy Catches Giant Bass on Free Toyota Promo Lure by: admin

Young Boy Catches Giant Bass on Free Toyota Promo Lure by: admin

April 17th, 2014 Young Boy Catches Giant Bass on Free Toyota Promo Lure by: admin Zach Engelmeyer is a highly imaginative, very expressive 8-year-old whose mother is a former Miss ...

Fishing the New Curado I & IMX Rods w/ Jared Part 3

Fishing the New Curado I & IMX Rods w/ Jared Part 3

Fishing the New Curado I & IMX Rods w/ Jared Part 3 Today, Tackle Warehouse pro-staffer, Jared Lintner is back on Clear Lake after getting rained out on day one and he's changing t ...

Weather Forecast for April 18th – 20th 2014

Weather Forecast for April 18th – 20th 2014

Smith Mountain Lake Buggs Island Lake Anna ...

Developing a Pre-Spawn Shallow Pattern  by Mark Bilbrey

Developing a Pre-Spawn Shallow Pattern by Mark Bilbrey

Developing a Pre-Spawn Shallow Pattern Posted by mark on March 30, 2014 As pre-spawn bass transition from deep water to a shallow water pattern, many anglers automatically assume t ...

Augusta County Jons April 12, 2014 – Results & Photos

Augusta County Jons April 12, 2014 – Results & Photos

  Fitzgerald & Royer 1st Place - 9.85 lbs Mutters & Wood 2nd Place - 9.44 lbs Big Fish - 4.90 lbs Simpson & Wills McCown & Fine ...

Lake Anna Youth Series – April 12, 2014 – Week 1 – Results & Photos

Lake Anna Youth Series – April 12, 2014 – Week 1 – Results & Photos

1st Place & Big Fish Andrew & Brian Green 5 Fish - 12.62 lbs BF - 3.20 2nd Place Brooke & Nathan Sullivan 5 Fish - 7.10 lbs 3rd Place Joshe & Darrin Bache 4 Fish - ...

Lake Anna Elite Series – April 13, 2014 – Results & Photos

Lake Anna Elite Series – April 13, 2014 – Results & Photos

1st Place Brian Green & Jeff Parrish 5 Fish - 17.46 lbs 2nd Place Preston Cox & George Decatur 5 Fish - 17.06 lbs 3rd Place Mark McGhee & Guy Davis 5 Fish - 15.48 lbs 4 ...

Developing a Pre-Spawn Shallow Pattern by Mark Bilbrey

Developing a Pre-Spawn Shallow Pattern Posted by mark on March 30, 2014 As pre-spawn bass transition from deep water to a shallow water pattern, many anglers automatically assume the fish will be caught against the bank. The shore line will start to get a lot of pressure from bank beaters that will pick up a fish here and there, but many anglers do not realize only a small percentage of bass will be relatin ...

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Timing is Everything! By Tim Grein

Timing is Everything! Welcome to my first blog submission for The Bass Cast.  I am going to take you through my travels, tournaments, and shows, and hopefully along the way, I’ll teach you a thing or two.  Let’s start with a look back at this past weekend.  Seems like a good place to start.  We had the Virginia “6 Man” Team Championships.  I went to the lake Thursday morning.  I had been the weekend before, ...

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The Secret Bait – by Jason Houchins

The Secret Bait The weigh in was complete and I had been handed a tale whooping at my home lake once again. For anyone who fishes tournaments know that the lows are low and highs are high. It’s also a given that you can’t win every event and for me it’s real hard to swallow. Nobody likes to loose especially when you can almost see your house from the weigh in sight. So now I want to learn what I did wrong a ...

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He Said We Should Go. The Story of a Red Canoe. by Fishidy

He Said We Should Go. The Story of a Red Canoe. by Fishidy I was so young the first time my parents took me fishing that I can’t remember it.  I don’t remember the fish, the river, or the photo that followed.  I remember the Zebco 202 that was my first fishing pole.  I can still see it, green and white, dirty, leaning against the old plank wooden walls of the garage, and the bobber half attached.  I can sti ...

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Where are the fish hiding? By Bruce Callis

Where are the fish hiding? The A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Table Rock Lake ended Sunday with Mike McClelland holding off Mark Davis by a mere 13 ounces. Mike was fishing on a lake he knows well, yet with all his vast knowledge of the water, he still only managed to average 15.5 pounds a day. That is a little over 3 pounds per bass. His pattern that worked so well was “fishing by the seat of my pan ...

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Where did the Bass Go? The Pre-Spawn Migration By Mark Bilbrey

Where did the Bass Go? The Pre-Spawn Migration Posted by mark on April 8, 2014   Now that the calendar pages have flipped over to spring, it is the season to fish along primary points and to mid depth cover and steep vertical banks and drop offs in search of big pre-spawn bass. “Where did the bass go?” is the question that I hear anglers asking after having a great day on one day and then nothing the next. ...

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What is a “Pro” Tournament Bass Fisherman? By Jason Houchins

  What is a “Pro” Tournament Bass Fisherman? That is a question with more answers than Jeopardy. With all the social media these days anyone can start a fishing page and claim there self a “Pro”, and who can say they are not. I know I’m going to make a bunch of people mad, but enough is enough! Please stop with the “I’m a pro”, here is my fishing page/ web site please like it and share. I’m sorry, but ...

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4 Must Dos with Your Swim Jig this Spring – By Fishidy.com

4 Must Dos with Your Swim Jig this Spring by Fishidy on March 25, 2014 Swim Jig fishing is quite possibly one of the most exciting ways to catch aggressive, early season bass and here are few things to consider before you get swimming. Match That Tackle Pairing the correct rod, reel and line with your Swim Jig is really a no-brainer.  Sure everyone talks about it, but it is just so important.  For example; ...

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The Rod of a Champion – Dobyns Champion Series Review by Fishidy

The Rod of a Champion – Dobyns Champion Series Review by Fishidy on March 28, 2014 With Spring right around the corner it’s time to grab one of Gary Dobyns’ finest creations! The Champion Series 705CBGLASS by Dobyns is arguably the best reaction-bait rod ever made.  This rod really is so amazing that I’m not sure if even Gary Dobyns himself has had enough time to realize just how special it is.  You can use ...

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6 Swinging Hammer Tricks By PowerTeam Lures.com

6 Swinging Hammer Tricks Knowing what you’re throwing is the key to keeping you slaying. The more ways you know to fish the 4.8” Swinging Hammer, the more ways you’ll consistently put pigs in the boat. Whether you’re fishing in a foot of grassy water or a 30 foot hole, the massive side to side swagger of the Swinging Hammer has proven to grab the attention of big fish…and who doesn’t love catching big fish ...

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