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Soft plastic tubes still charting year-round hits

Soft plastic tubes still charting year-round hits

The Garland brothers introduced the first tube to bass fishing in 1982, and for about the next 15 years it was used mostly as a finesse lure tied to spinning tackle in clear water, and around spawning beds….

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Position your boat, then cast

Position your boat, then cast

Boat positioning is something you don’t hear much about these days, but it’s critically important for three reasons. First, you need to catch a bass. Second, you need to get it to the boat. Third, you need to…

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Tackle Tip Tuesday: Lester’s guide to selecting cold water crankbait colors – Top Videos – Bassmaster Video

Tackle Tip Tuesday: Lester's guide to selecting cold water crankbait colors

Tackle Tip Tuesday: Lester’s guide to selecting cold water crankbait colors – Top 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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Land of the giants: New Year revelations

Land of the giants: New Year revelations

The New Year’s beginning brings big opportunities to tug on a big fish. It’s often the coldest time of the calendar, but the right tactics can unlock the hot bite. Check out what these Bassmaster Elite Series anglers…

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Keith Combs probes prespawn grass with a bladed jig – Top Videos – Bassmaster Video

Keith Combs probes prespawn grass with a bladed jig

Skip to collection list Skip to video grid Keith Combs probes prespawn grass with a bladed jig In this Tackle Tip Tuesday video, Keith Combs explains why a Strike King Thunder Cricket is one of his favorite baits…

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The magic of wintertime fishing

The magic of wintertime fishing

I grew up in the Midwest fishing lakes that are incredible the week before the ice goes on. In fact, last December we were catching 70 bass a day shortly before our lakes locked up, and we were…

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Cranking and jigging for hot winter action

Cranking and jigging for hot winter action

What makes Arey’s approach so attractive is that his target depth rarely, if ever, exceeds 10 feet, and, in fact, the majority of his strikes actually come in just 6 to 8 feet. Even if he’s working a…

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Tackle Tip Tuesday: Quickly tuning crankbaits

Quickly tuning crankbaits with Dale Hightower

In this Tackle Tip Tuesday video, Dale Hightower talks about tuning crankbaits to run perfect. Sometimes they will run to the left or right out of the package, but sometimes you can hit an object underwater that changes…

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Learning to skip to it

Learning to skip to it

Skipping a jig with baitcasting equipment is not easy. But learning this trick — and knowing exactly where to employ it — will make you a more successful bass angler On Kentucky Lake, you’d better be able to…

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Working smart and efficient | Bassmaster

Working smart and efficient | Bassmaster

I’ve been running around the past week or two with my hair on fire. Shows, sponsors, housing arrangements and tackle ordering seems like it’s all running together, and I’m running out of time. In my world doing this,…

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