Tag: Northern

3 things a southern angler learned about northern smallmouth

3 things a southern angler learned about northern smallmouth

Caleb Sumrall lives in New Iberia, La., about 30 minutes north of where Tabasco sauce was invented along the salty Gulf Coast shoreline. But his last three years as a Bassmaster Elite Series pro have given him an…

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Northern And Southern Smallmouth Bass

Northern And Southern Smallmouth Bass

The spread of bass tournaments into Northern waters has exposed more anglers to smallmouth bass on both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line. Throughout the years tournament competitors from the North and South have noticed differences in the habits…

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Northern Strain Bass Vs. Florida Strain Bass: What’s The Difference?

Northern Strain Bass Vs. Florida Strain Bass: What's The Difference?

In many ways, largemouth bass are alike whether the fish live north or south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Trying to identify a Northern-strain largemouth and the Florida-strain largemouth that frequent waters throughout the Southern states is almost impossible…

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Northern smallmouth: Details matter, part 2

Northern smallmouth: Details matter, part 2

Once I’ve made my line selection it’s time for me to pick a bait. It’s popular to pick ones that look like a goby. After all, that’s pretty much what they eat.  Editor’s note: Read part 1. I…

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When Adventure Pays Off: Exploring Northern Glacial Lakes

When Adventure Pays Off: Exploring Northern Glacial Lakes

It’s so easy to go stick with what works. Whether it’s the way you approach problem-solving or simply how you cook your burgers, what’s easiest usually becomes the norm because people like easy. This is especially true in…

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