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Rapala Launches the Shadow Rap Suspending Jerkbait

At day’s end, a shadow doesn’t die, it slowly fades away. So it is with Rapala’s new suspending jerkbaits, the Shadow Rap® and Shadow Rap® Deep. Combining a horizontal struggle with a vertical fade, the lure perfectly mimics a minnow’s final, quivering moments before its end of days — triggering unforgettable strikes as predator fish move in for an easy …

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Dying To Impress Walkthrough – theHunter

Dying to Impress was one of those missions where I had to track down the blacktail, which it seems going to become a pattern for these missions. This subspecies of mule deer is proving to be an elusive bunch but it does make it feel a lot more real when you complete the mission. The pattern so far has seemed …

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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 Rudyad Kipling’s famous poem, “If,” but the wisdom certainly applies to the Bassmaster Elite Series pro from Warrior, Ala.If you can dream and not make dreams your master;If you can think and not make thoughts …

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Jason Christie Predicts A Tight, Tough Battle in the Bassmaster Open On The Arkansas River

Jason Christie often fishes Oklahoma’s Arkansas River, a short drive from his home on Lake Tenkiller. Despite his familiarity with the river, Christie doesn’t want to be considered a local favorite in the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens tournament slated for Sept. 19-21 on the Arkansas River. “I really think that once we get all the Opens anglers out there …

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New D Bomb From Missile Baits

Missile Baits has expanded on its very popular D Bomb flipping bait to produce a smaller version called the Baby D Bomb. The new bait is 3.65″ long versus the 4.5″ standard size D Bomb. The smaller bait will have all the same applications that D Bomb has including pitching, flipping, punching, and a jig trailer BUT more. The Baby …

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Casey Martin on Umbrella Rigs

It ain’t as easy as it looks. That’s the message from FLW pro Casey Martin about flinging the notorious umbrella rig, AKA the “Alabama Rig”, on the waters of the southeastern U.S. in pursuit of tournament-winning largemouth bass. “It can be really effective and catch fish that other lures won’t, but you’ve still got to get in the right places …

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Z-Man Wins Another Patent Settlement Case

Continuing to ride the wave of media interest, tournament success, and the ensuing groundswell of consumer demand, Z-Man Fishing Products announced today that it has successfully reached a settlement with Joe Renosky and Renosky Lure in its lawsuit involving patent and trade dress infringement. Last June, U.S. District Judge Richard M. Gergel ruled that Renosky unlawfully infringed on a patent …

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Lake Of The Giants: Bassmaster Elite Series Returns This Week To Famed Falcon Lake

When is it a bad day to catch five big bass? Only when $100,000 is at stake, and 99 other angers can catch five bigger fish than yours — and do it again for three more days. In pro bass fishing, such a competition is often called a slugfest. And that’s what Bassmaster Elite Series anglers have good reason to …

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EverStart Series Western Division kicks off season at Lake Oroville

The EverStart Series is headed to Lake Oroville Jan. 17-19 when as many as 300 pros and co-anglers take to the water for the first of four stops in the Western Division. “Two things are going to play a giant role there. One thing is the umbrella rig and the other is the drop-shot (rig),” said Mercury pro Brent Ehrler …

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A Hero Retires: Denny Brauer Retiring from Fishing Major Tournaments

This past week has been full of mixed news for the fishing industry; I feel the most important news though happens to be Denny Brauer retiring from BASS competition. Denny Brauer is one of those guys people just seem to be polarized to, something about him put him on the map early in his career. I feel as though he …

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