Fall Bass Fishing | Shaye’s Fall Favorites – ¼ Ounce Buzzbait

In a previous article, I talked about one of favorite fall bass fishing baits, a lipless crankbait. Well, another favorite of mine this time of year is a ¼ ounce buzzbait. It’s a bait that I rarely throw any other time of the year but has a way of bringing a big one to the boat once the fall rolls

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Kicking Off Fall With a Tennessee Dove Hunt

Nothing marks the start of hunting season like a good old-fashioned dove shoot. Across the Southeast, Texas, and parts of the Midwest the ceremonial beginning of fall is often a gathering of friends and family — around a planted sunflower field. “It’s as much a social occasion as it is a hunt,” my buddy, the photographer Kerry B. Wix, told

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COLD WATER CRANKIN FOR BASS

Chris Gibbons from Shell Knob Missouri on Table Rock Lake has found that cold water crankin’ is the best and most productive way to catch all three types of  bass, smallmouth, large mouth and spotted in cold water.  During these cold-water days, I generally don’t fish unless the outside air reaches at least 45 degrees.  You can catch bass when

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How a US Navy Sailor Founded a Fly Fishing School in Iraq

When Joel Stewart arrived in Iraq in February 2005, he didn’t expect he would start an angler’s club in the middle of a combat zone — but that’s not to say he didn’t come prepared.  The US Navy captain who began his career as an enlisted seaman has traveled the world for the past 35 years courtesy of Uncle Sam.

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Fishing Jigs for Bass | Bass Angler Magazine

The jig is a simple bait that you can cast and do just about any movement to catch fish.  They can be considered the most productive baits known to man.  The jig is also known as a big fish catcher. The jig can be used to replicate shad, bluegill, bass, bait fish, and crawdads.  You can just reel it back,

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