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FLW Recap: A Grand Ole’ Time

By James Hill

With all my fishing gear packed tightly inside my truck, I hit the highway! Destination: Grove, Oklahoma, the site of the first stop in the central division of the FLW Rayovac bass tour. After battling white-out blizzards that turned into torrential rains in Minnesota, I crossed the Iowa border to be greeted by thick fog followed by thunder storms and hail. Thinking my luck was bound to change in Missouri, I arrived to find myself in the middle of a tornado warning… at least the 18 hour drive wasn’t boring!

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Gerald Swindle Classy in Classic Calamity

By David A. Brown

Those who saw Gerald Swindle’s Bassmaster Classic Day 2 weigh-in tirade may not have initially thought of the second verse from Rudyard Kipling’s famous poem, “If,” but the wisdom certainly applies to the Bassmaster Elite Series pro from Warrior, Ala.

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Spring Meteorology and Smallmouth Bass

By Andrew Ragas

The wind plays a role in determining the outcome of all outdoor sports, including fishing. For smallmouth bass anglers in particular, a wind capable of warming water temperatures plays a significant role in determining early spring fish locations and feeding habits. Precise wind patterns and specific lake locations that conduct heat are instrumental in scoring early season smallmouth success.

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Spring Largemouths and Downsized Swimbaits

By Andrew Ragas

There comes a time when the seasonal spring power and reactionary strike of a lipless crankbait fails to produce largemouth bass. An ideal alternative spring fish catching option in recent years is the compact soft plastic swimbait. In my opinion, it might be the better spring option.

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Ultimate Guide To Better Spinner Rigging For Walleyes

By Daniel Quade

Spinner rigs are deadly weapons for walleyes. Offering an alluring combination of fish-attracting flash, vibration, scent and taste, these churning, twirling performers are versatile standouts on the presentational scene. Still, there are always ways to milk more bites from any spinning scenario, provided you’re willing to experiment with a variety of key factors.

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Top Picks For Minnesota Trophy Walleyes

By Daniel Quade

Giant walleyes? Minnesota’s got them. Around every corner there’s an opportunity to catch walleyes, from rich and fertile prairie potholes to the deep, clear waters of the Canadian Shield. If your goal is taking a trophy, however, fine-tuning your locations and tactics can boost your odds of boating a behemoth in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. To speed your search for supersized ’eyes, we polled a few of the state’s top guides for their advice on where, when and how to connect with the fish of your dreams.

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