Archive for the ‘FISHING TIPS’ Category

Jig Fishing For Bass

No lure is more versatile for bass fishing than the skirted jig. The jig-head with a rubber skirt combination has been around for years, and it continues to catch bass across all seasons and anywhere bass swim. Over the years, jigs have evolved and become more specialized, which has only added to their effectiveness. In […]

Invasive Cedars Find New Purpose in Arkansas’ Beaver Lake

Fisheries and Wildlife Management biologists from the AGFC’s Beaver Lake Regional Office are working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to improve habitat for wildlife and fish around Beaver Lake at the same time. Many cedar trees have begun to overrun high-quality habitat on Deer, Bear and Shadox islands, so the Corps has issued […]

Fish Bait Radio with James and Derrick- NoogaStrong Memorial Benefit Bass Tournament

Join us on Fish Bait Radio with James and Derrick, Open mic show. Lets talk about the upcoming NoogaStrong Memorial Benefit Bass Tournament with Special guest Larry brown with hydrilla hawgs. Tournament date updates and sponsor information..

Finesse Swim Baits’ Should Increase Your Summer Bass Catch

For more than two decades, big eight-, 10-, and 12-inch trout-imitation lures known as ‘swim baits’ have enjoyed a well-deserved reputation for catching huge largemouths, especially in California where they originated. Now, however, a handful of anglers like Yamaha Pro Chris Zaldain have been equally successful using much smaller swim baits with light lines and […]

Find the thermocline for better summer fishing success

Fishing instruction for decades preached anglers should fish deep, cool water during the hottest days of the summer. This makes sense as fish are cold-blooded animals and their bodies are the same temperature of the water that surrounds them. However, fishing deep water in summer on a lake such as Taylorsville Lake may mean your […]

LAUER WINS WALMART BASS FISHING LEAGUE BUCKEYE DIVISION EVENT ON OHIO RIVER

Sickle wins co-angler title MAYSVILLE, Ky. (June 28, 2015) – David Lauer of McConnelsville, Ohio, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 12 pounds, 5 ounces Saturday to win the second Walmart Bass Fishing League Buckeye Division tournament of 2015 on the Ohio River. For his victory, Lauer earned $6,289.


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