Tag Archives: lake

Timing Good For Ross Barnett Reservoir In First Central Open

The timing of the March 12-14 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open presented by Allstate bodes well for the anglers competing in the event. The venue, Mississippi’s 33,000-acre Ross Barnett Reservoir, should be more obliging than in the previous four Bassmaster tournaments held here. When Bobby Murray won the Bassmaster Classic at Ross Barnett in late October of 1978, his …

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How To Make Your Own Lake Maps with Navionics – Part 1: Uploading Your Logs

Making your own maps in today’s day and age should be simple, it shouldn’t take more than an hour or so. Navionics cracked the code with the Platinum Plus and their Sonar Charts. Simply popping in your SD card and hitting upload is all you need to do to get them on their way to be converted! If you’re out …

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How To Find Bass In The Summer

As the air temperature climbs and short sleeve shirts take the place of sweatshirts, there’s a window of time across the country when catching numbers of quality bass can become an arduous task. That doesn’t mean it is time to sulk around wasting life. It is time to go searching for those first bass of summer. During this transition period, …

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Newton Lake: An Angler’s Destination with Tyler Mohr

Think about your dream bass fishing destination for a second, just picture it in your head. Visions of Florida, Texas, or even Mexico are immediately conjured in the minds of most anglers but Illinois, probably not on the top of your list, until now. Lake Newton a 1,775 acre power plant lake in Newton, IL was once the best kept …

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Pros Excited About Upcoming Bassmaster Classic

For most people, the Christmas and New Year’s holiday is a time of relaxation with family and friends, but that’s only part of the story for the 18 Yamaha Pros who will be fishing in the Bassmaster Classic® in February. For many of them, at least part of the Christmas season was spent bass fishing and scouting Alabama’s Lake Guntersville, …

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Blue Water LED Lighting Review

The Blue Water LED lights are something I have talked a lot about in the last year on Facebook and in person with many of you. Now that I have used them for a full season I feel I can give an honest assessment on their performance and usefulness. Let’s just cut to the chase I love having these lights …

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Conservation Group Seeds Aquatic Vegetation Management Award For B.A.S.S. Nation Clubs

Gerald Adrian knows all about hydrilla, an invasive non-native aquatic plant that bass anglers often target as cover for fish. He can also explain why over-proliferation of hydrilla and other invasive aquatic species can spell doom for a top bass fishery. Adrian, a representative for the Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation (AERF) and Aquatic Plant Management Society (APMS), aims to educate …

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THE ANGLER’S HUB ADDS BASS ANGLER MAGAZINE AND FISHADDIX TO ITS LINEUP

On May 14, 2013 The Angler’s Hub will be adding two new sponsors to its growing line up. Bass Angler Magazine was the first of last week to strike up a deal with The Angler’s Hub. Offering up BAM’s content to The Angler’s Hub subscribers on a weekly basis. Please don’t hesitate to sign up for Bass Angler Magazine to …

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Lake Report: Upper Crooked- Delton, MI

Upper Crooked 5-7-13 3pm-8pm Water temps 68-74 degrees Water clarity- clear Partly cloudy skies and rising water temps found us in the back bays on Upper Crooked today. The huge pad fields are still easy to get through and to fish through with many fish in them ready to bite. The very back of the high school bay was loaded …

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Lake Report: Baseline Lake- Trowbridge, MI

Baseline Lake 5-4-13 7am-3pm Water temp 64-68 degrees Water clarity- very stained The lack of visibility in the water of Baseline is legendary, this means the fish are in shallow water more than on most waters. With the lily pads just starting to reach the surface this is an excellent time to be able to get to these skinny water …

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