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Casting, jigging, and dragging a football jig teamed with a bulky plastic are reliable ways to catch smallmouth bass. Try wetting one this fall, and you’ll quickly get hooked on…
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Tips on how anglers can use sound to their advantage. Unlike humans, fish have two sensors for detecting sound: the inner ear and the lateral line. These two systems work…
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Favorite walleye fishing hotspots during autumn include tributaries, points, and humps. Anglers who focus on those hangouts have the chance to boat a big one. Autumn is an amazing time…
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While aquatic insects such as mayflies get most of the attention in trout fishing literature, today terrestrial insects (those living on land) are becoming more important in the diet of…
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My guide client Dave and I were drifting along a river section that split around a small, gravel-covered island.  We were concentrating on the main bank, where a deeper trough…
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Be sure to fish points near bays for largemouth this autumn. These areas draw in bass that are leaving shallow bays and can hold lots of quality fish in a…
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On many bodies of water during the summer, fall, and winter month’s bass and baitfish migrate to deep offshore structure in search of cooler or warmer waters. A few simple…
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For many anglers having a slow day out on the water, the only thing that can turn it around is a good plastic worm rig. A number of fishing rigs…
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For an effective go to bait throught summer and early fall, try Senko plastic worms. It’s pretty easy to think of certain baits such as the Senko (and similar cigar-shaped…
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It may surprise you to learn that the fabled toothy monster of the Far North, the muskellunge, occurs in a growing number of lakes and rivers throughout Dixie. In highland…
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