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Beatin' the Bank with Bernie Schultz - 2014 St. Johns River BASS Elite

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April 18, 2014

After finishing strong on Lake Seminole, I wanted to keep the ball rolling — especially since the second event was also on familiar waters.

The St. Johns River is a massive waterway. It flows more than 300 miles north to Jacksonville, Florida, where it enters the Atlantic Ocean. At various points along the way the river broadens into vast, shallow lakes — including lakes Jessup, Monroe, George, Dexter, Woodruff and Crescent. It's a beautiful river, full of fish. But at this time of year, they tend to congregate in very specific spawning areas.

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Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014 11:40 Read more...
 

HITE’S HOT FOR THE CHATTER - Arizona Pro Shares His Insight on Vibrating Jigs

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By David A. Brown

April 17, 2014

Brett Hite’s not an overly talkative guy, but spend any time on his boat and you’ll be witness to a whole lot of chatter – specifically, the underwater type. Indeed the Bassmaster Elite Series and FLW Tour pro from Arizona has carved out a significant chunk of his impressive career with vibrating jigs.

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Crappie Corner - More Crappie with Rattles

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By Tim Huffman

April 14, 2014

Bass fishermen have known for years that rattles can make the difference in getting bites and no bites. Crappie fishermen have experimented and know, that in some situations, the noise can draw more bites, too. However, only the hardcore crappie chasers seem to take the time to seriously compare to know the real differences. One of these fishermen is Dan Dannenmueller, two-time Crappie Masters Angler of the Year, and promoter of crappie fishing all around the country through seminars, events and his CrappieNow on-line magazine.

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Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 11:28 Read more...
 

A Bass Man in Salmon Country - pt. 1

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By Stan Fagerstrom
Product Review Editor

April 15, 2014 

I like to get the go ahead from the editor of a magazine or website before I start trying to put something together readers of that editor’s publication are going to find of interest.

Heidi Roth, the gal who calls the shots here at Inside Line, will tell you I did that when I ran the idea by her for the column you’re reading right now.

“Heidi,” I had asked, “how about me doing a couple of columns about the tremendous smallmouth bass fishing that’s available in the Pacific Northwest.  Everybody knows about the salmon, steelhead and big walleyes out there but I’m still running into anglers who are reluctant to believe just how darn good the bass fishing for smallmouth can be.”

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The One-Two Punch of Pre-spawn Bassin’

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By Blake Russell


April 10, 2014

Pre-spawn is a favorite time for many anglers, and for good reason. It offers some of the best fishing of the year, and your chances of connecting with big bass are perhaps better during the pre-spawn than any other time in the season (why?).  There are also a myriad of ways one can catch fish. Regardless of what your weapon of choice might be, you’ll need at least one lure tied on to cover water quickly, and another tied on that allows you to comb through areas slowly. This one-two punch is one of the most efficient ways to catch loads of pre-spawn bass.

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