Fishing

Bass Fishing in the Rain Gear

And now, here’s your Bassmaster Classic forecast: Fair chance of rain each day with winds and temps all over the map. Translation: Expect interesting weather. With conditions like that, the smart money says each of the 55 Classic contenders will at some point be shrouded in a foul weather suit. …

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Humminbird® Launches Futuristic Fish-Finding Tool

Humminbird brings anglers even more intuitive, fish-finding power with SmartStrike™ Following the recent Humminbird® ONIX™ and ION™ Series product launch at the 2013 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show, Humminbird is launching yet another new technology. “ONIX and ION represent the most versatile and powerful sonar hardware on the water. Now …

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Hot-Lipped Action in the Cold – FlatSlider 75

EVOLVE’s FlatSider 75 crankbait creates a cold-water bass-casting category In fact, cold water to a bass is bone chilling – literally. Their body temperatures are the equivalent to their surroundings. If the water’s 40 or 50 degrees, they are too. Blood flow slows and muscles tighten, making it difficult for …

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Ellen Island Camp

Hey, does this look like your next Fishing Vacation Checklist? • Great Fishing for Walleye, Small Mouth Bass , Northern Pike • A great wilderness experience • Comfortable accommodations with indoor toilets and showers • Great service • Affordable • Reliable equipment – 16’ boats, floor boards, fish finders, 20 …

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New Telescoping Jiggler

When anglers discovered flippin’—that quick and quiet pitch into the bedrooms of big bass—it opened the doors to a whole new realm of shallow water success. Why zing long noisy casts at bass that are literally, sometimes, lying directly beneath the boat? Ditto for ice fishing. Consider those ponderous panfish …

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Custom Jigs & Spins’ historic Rat Finkee

Custom Jigs & Spins’ historic Rat Finkee made a name for itself in the ‘70s; still dominates today What’s in a name? Everything. Just ponder all the products we use today whose names represent the category itself. Nick your finger with a fillet knife and you call for a ‘Band-Aid’ …

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