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The Secret of Tournament Bass Fishing

By Matt Beckler This may very well be the magic article that all tournament b...

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Interpreting Lake Maps and Understanding Them

By Matt Beckler Arriving at a lake for the first time and dissecting its feat...

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Interpreting Media Results and Applying Them

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Pro Staff Bass Fishing on Lake of the Ozarks North Shore

Bass Fishing on Lake of the Ozarks' North Shore

By John Neporadny Jr.

The North Shore arm contains some of the deepest and clearest water on the Lake of the Ozarks. This section of the lake stretches from Bagnell Dam to the mouth of the Gravois at about the six mile mark.

The North Shore features five long coves on the north side that warm up quickly to produce some of the earliest bass action in the spring. The major coves on the Horseshoe Bend side warm up slower and

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Get Involved, Get Better!

by Jeff Coleman

Getting involved in the world of tournament fishing for some people may sound like an impossible task, but in reality, it is easier than you may think! There are numerous opportunities for everyone out there who wants to put their skills to the test and learn new things. Even if you're new to the sport, there are thousands upon thousands of very knowledgeable fishermen right in your backyard. All you have to do is a little looking. Most of these men and women are more than

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The Co-Anglers Friend

By Jeff Coleman

Being that I am a co-angler myself, I wanted to share some tips with any of you that are either considering fishing tournaments for the first time, or maybe even some of you that have been doing it for a while. I have learned that being a co-angler has its pros and cons. You get to fish, but you're in the back of the boat. You get to fish, but you cannot bring all your stuff. You get to fish, but you get stuck fishing some areas you have no idea how to fish.

Now,

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Pro Staff Interpreting Media Results and Applying Them

By Matt Beckler

Fishing competitively centers around having an edge on the competition and most importantly the fish. This article will hopefully enlighten the readers to lean on the latter of the two above and focus the attention on catching fish utilizing knowledge from fishing experience of their own and others.

What is learned knowledge in regards to catching bass? Learned knowledge is what we interpret through trials and tribulations while trying to catch bass. It

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Cover Your Crankbaits with Stealth

By Brad Wiegmann

For tournament anglers Saturday can never come quickly enough. This Saturday was just like every other one. As the sun was slowly rising over the horizon, all the boats could be seen bobbing around with their navigation lights on preparing for the day's event and going through the check-in boat. By the time the tournament would finally begin the sun had fully peaked over the horizon. Of course you had pulled up to a number of your fishing buddies to chat before

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Pro Staff Interpreting Lake Maps and Understanding Them

By Matt Beckler

Arriving at a lake for the first time and dissecting its features can be a cumbersome task to deal with for any fisherman, novice, intermediate, and professional. Once the boat is launched it can be challenging to orientate ourselves to points of the compass and whether or not we need to go left or right to come face to face with the dam, if there is one. This is not the first time that we need to look at the lake or a new section of a lake that we have fished

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It is Lure Covers or Get It Snagged

By Brad Wiegmann

"This is the final straw; I will no longer be using crankbaits or lures with hooks anymore!" I protested loudly to my fishing partner. It was no wonder; my rods were snarled and jumbled together in a large pile. Spinning rods and reels were poking out from a huge web of baitcasting rods and reels. "Yep, I am just going to fish my crankbaits, worms, topwaters, spinnerbaits, and any other lure I got without hooks," I reiterated to him. "Well, you would probably catch

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Pro Staff The Secret of Tournament Bass Fishing

By Matt Beckler

This may very well be the magic article that all tournament bass fisherman have been waiting for. The article that exposes the secrets of the upper echelon. So take a minute and lets delve into the world of the unknown. A world in which the likes of a VanDam, Evers, Reese, Brauer, and a Clunn could only know about. This mystery place is kind of like the Area 51 of bass fishing if you will.

There must be a secret to consistently weighing in limits of fish

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A Fathers Day Gift

By Brad Wiegmann

My dad gave me all kinds of gifts growing up. The love of fishing was one of them. No one could catch more fish than Dad in my family, but Dad also knew when it was time to stop fishing and go skipping rocks across the lake or go searching for buried treasure. Having 5 children meant less fishing for dad and more playing most the time. Dad was always big into having live bait for catching fish, no matter if it was minnows for crappie, suckers for northern

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Angler Watches LIVETARGET Lures Crawl across Rock

By Brad Wiegmann

Angler Watches LIVETARGET Lures Crawl across Rock! Springfield, Missouri. An Angler fishing Table Rock Lake in southwest Missouri reported to fellow anglers, newspapers, and TV reporters that he saw four life-like lures crawl across the top of a rock while out fishing early Friday morning. "I was just out fishing and I saw these life-like lures just come out of the water," he continued, "they crawled right on top of the rock and were sunning themselves; till

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The Final Solution is New Boat Seats

By Brad Wiegmann

Data shows that the average boater keeps their boat for four years before selling it. In today's economy more boaters are keeping their boats longer and putting off purchasing new boats. This leads to boaters owning their boats longer and boat seats being exposed to the elements causing damage requiring repairs or replacing seats. You're boat seats will last three years unless left outside exposed to Mother Nature where they last for one season or your first

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Summertime Haunts for Bass

University of Alabama Collegiate Angler Drew Sanford: Summertime Haunts for Bass Author: Drew Sanford

As summer heats up and bass move to their summer haunts, fisherman need to keep a few key pieces of information in mind. First, all bass don't move deep and second, deep is a relative term. Basic fishing knowledge will allow you to break the summertime blues. When dropping my boat in the water there are a few things I always check to determine how and where the fish will position:

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