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Better Bite Detection In Deep Water, How-To

One of the best ways to catch crappies during mid-winter is to head for deeper basin areas. Depending on the type of lake, crappies will either suspend in these areas or stay glued to the bottom. The depths we’re talking

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Bass Bed Fishing Strategies

This video illustrates the approach I take when bed fishing bodies of water with creeks, canals, and channels for bass. The equipment I used during the video is a 7-ft spinning rod medium action, Shimano Sahara, 12-lbs Fireline Crystal braid (no leader).

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JVC Everio Camcorder, Product Review

4.3 out of 5 Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars

Our team is super-excited to bring you this unbiased and unfiltered review! For us, it’s critical to have reliable equipment when we are out on the water, or filming at angling events. We just don’t have the option to go

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Fall Brawl – Part 2

In part one of the Fall Brawl article I wrote last month I talked about shallow water fishing for fall smallmouth, in this second part we are going to look at going deep and fishing vertical.

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A Deadly Combo for Big Fish – How To

Bladed baits, at one time, were a staple in most anglers’ tackle boxes.

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Battle Of The Heavyweights: Great Lakes Strain vs Kawartha Strain Musky

They are at the top of the freshwater food chain. They are the heavyweight champions among freshwater gamefish in the northern states, and southern to northern Ontario. A Musky is a Musky right? Well, sort of. Let’s compare the obvious and not so obvious differences between Musky that reside in the famous Lake St. Clair and their counterparts in the diverse area of the Kawartha Lakes region in southern Ontario.

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TACKLE GRAB UNBOXING – OCTOBER 2014

We are in full swing for late fall and Tackle Grab’s October box has some great goodies for bass anglers! This box was really cool because not only did Tackle Grab send some great baits, they also sent several items

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Cracking The Code: Late Season Bass

Southern Ontario tournament angler, Chris Huskilson has a few approaches to finding active Smallmouth (and Largemouth alike), as do I, so let’s delve into it. Chris explains, “I target Smallmouth that will tend to move up on shallow, rocky structures (4’-6’ in depth) that are feeding on schools of baitfish.”

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Tackle Grab Unboxing, September 2014

Hey guys and gals! It’s fall, and temperatures are falling quickly. For anglers in the north, lakes have started to turnover so this is going to place fish firmly in their fall patterns. As water temperatures continue to drop, you

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My Fall Smallmouth Pattern

Fall fishing is the best time of year, it’s where you can go out and catch your personal best just like I did this year. Cold weather, wind, rain, and even snow, if you haven’t put your boat away, you too have the chance to catch a fish of a lifetime!

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Protecting Your Gear – Quick Tip

The Rod Glove is a mesh plastic that wraps your rods protecting them from smashing against things and creating weak points that can break them.

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