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Tech Tip Thursday: Lester's winter outboard checklist

Tech Tip Thursday: Lester's winter outboard checklist

Brandon Lester goes through a few important things for anglers in the winter with their Mercury outboard. Northern anglers go through a complete winterization process, but in the south anglers don’t necessarily have to. Here’s what Lester does….

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Understanding bass forage: Shad | Bassmaster

Understanding bass forage: Shad | Bassmaster

Schooling baitfish are a critical food source for bass in large impoundments and are key to ensuring healthy populations of sportfish. Consider this fact, no artificial bait is better represented on the shelves of your local tackle store…

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A hook is a hook … or not

A hook is a hook … or not

This time I want to talk a little about hooks. But not so much about what model or design of hook to use and not about which company makes the best ones. Instead, I want to talk about…

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Tackle Tip Tuesday: Huff’s unique pegging approach to flipping bushes – Latest Videos – Bassmaster Video

Tackle Tip Tuesday: Huff’s unique pegging approach to flipping bushes

Tackle Tip Tuesday: Huff’s unique pegging approach to flipping bushes – Latest Videos – Bassmaster Video | Watch the latest Bassmaster Bass Fishing Videos from B.A.S.S. Skip to collection list Skip to video grid Source link

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Go with finesse this winter

Go with finesse this winter

With the water temperatures getting colder and the bass getting lethargic it might seem like going finesse in the winter is obvious. It is to some, not so much to others. I’m in the first group. Here’s my…

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Understanding bass forage: Crawfish | Bassmaster

Understanding bass forage: Crawfish | Bassmaster

Knowing the mating and molting rituals of crawfish will give you the upper hand when using imitation baits. Most bass anglers use crawfish imitations without a very clear understanding of why they should be throwing them, and more…

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Understanding bass forage: Bluegill | Bassmaster

Understanding bass forage: Bluegill | Bassmaster

Bass anglers are creatures of habit. We reach for baits that have rested in our tacklebox for years, like comfort food on a Sunday morning. These “go-to baits” evoke strong memories of battles won and lost, but are…

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Winning winter cranking targets | Bassmaster

Winning winter cranking targets | Bassmaster

Transitional banks — Whether it’s boulders to chunk rock, chunk rock to pea gravel or any other scenario, Crews notes that changes in bank composition appeal to a bass’ inherent affinity to variances. Anything different represents potential ambush…

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Tech Tip Thursday: Learning Mercury Smart Craft gauge

Tech Tip Thursday: Learning Mercury Smart Craft gauge with Cliff Prince

In this Tech Tip Thursday clip, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Cliff Prince explains how and why he uses his Mercury Smart Craft gauge while on the water in competition. Not only for fuel consumption, but also for other…

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Information is a two-way street

Information is a two-way street

One of the neatest parts of being a professional bass angler is getting to visit various product locations and getting to meet the people who design and make the products we use on an everyday basis. They’re called…

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