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Too Many Bluegills Could Be $24k Fine

Too Many Bluegills Could Be $24k Fine

73-year-old Stanley Paalksnis from Onalaska, Wisc. could potentially have to pay a $24,682 fine for keeping too many bluegills while fishing on Lake Onalaska and the Mississippi River.

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January 2017 BassXL Spoiler Alert

January 2017 BassXL Spoiler Alert

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World Record Grouper

World Record Grouper

Just when Alex Newman was ready to give up and declare defeat at a charity fishing tournament Saturday, history hit his line..
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Heat Up Cold Weather Bass Action with Multi-Rigs

Heat Up Cold Weather Bass Action with Multi-Rigs


One of the hottest trends to hit fishing in recent years has been the umbrella rig, a.k.a. “Alabama Rig.”  While some tournaments have eliminated its use, it remains an exciting tool to experiment with. Best of all, it can really heat up the bass action when fish seem sluggish in late winter and early spring.

Last winter, I did some bass-hopping along the TVA trail with Jimmy Mason. Jimmy, an FLW and former Bassmaster Elite Series angler who guides professionally in northern Alabama, gave me a crash course in multi-rigging on three famous Tennessee River impoundments: Wilson Lake, Pickwick Lake and Lake Guntersville.
Here’s how he...
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Flutter Spoons for Largemouths

Flutter Spoons for Largemouths

The outing was a lesson in frustration. Pounding typical shoreline structure had produced few largemouth bass, and as the day crept forward, my reliance on this fruitless pattern showcased my fishing shortcomings. “They were here last week,” I muttered to myself, although in slightly more colourful prose.
And so, with my rod firmly tucked between my legs, I began the ride back to the ramp in what can best be described as a drive of shame... then it happened.

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