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  • 5 Spring Topwater Lures Every Angler Needs

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    05/02/2016

    Spring bass fishing can be incredible when you’re using topwater lures. These 5 lures will produce plenty of action and keep your collection simple and budget-friendly.

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  • Why You Should Fish Hay Grass This Spring

    David A. Brown | Wired2Fish
    04/27/2016

    Texas anglers give great tips on how to find the right hay grass and how to fish it effectively this spring for bigger bass catches.

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  • Probe Pockets for Spawning Bass this Spring

    Alan McGuckin | Wired2Fish
    04/19/2016

    Elite Series pro Jordan Lee explains why pockets are so important throughout the spring and shares his favorite ways to fish them.

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  • 5 Plastics Guaranteed to Catch Spring Bass

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    04/19/2016

    Soft plastic bass fishing baits are big producers throughout the spring months. These particular baits will catch big bass while keeping your tackle collection simple.

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  • 8 Tactics for Agitating Bedding Bass

    David A. Brown | Wired2Fish
    04/13/2016

    Here is a great primer on how to get those very apprehensive bedding bass that see you to bite your lures.

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  • 5 Tips for Better Dock Fishing this Spring

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    04/11/2016

    Boat docks are plentiful throughout much of the country and they happen to be excellent bass habitat. When the bass move shallow this spring, use these tips to maximize your success.

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  • 10 Things to Know to Catch Bass in Vegetation

    David A. Brown | Wired2Fish
    03/30/2016

    Do you know 10 things to focus on when trying to narrow down a very weedy, vegetation-dense fishery?

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  • Casting vs. Spinning Gear for Spawning Bass

    The Editors | Wired2Fish
    03/24/2016

    Elite Series pro and sight-fishing expert Shaw Grigsby chooses what type of rod and reel he uses based on the behavior of each bedding bass he encounters.

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  • Powroznik's Tips for Catching Spawning Bass

    Alan McGuckin | Wired2Fish
    03/18/2016

    Elite Series pro Jacob Powroznik shares some tips that will help you target spawning bass more effectively.

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  • Why You Should Look for Bass in Tight Spaces

    David A. Brown | Wired2Fish
    03/09/2016

    Learning to seek out the out-of-the-way places where bass can hide and feed uninterrupted can pay big dividends for bass fishing enthusiasts willing to go the extra mile.

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  • How to Cope with High Water Bass Fishing

    David A. Brown | Wired2Fish
    03/03/2016

    Fishing high or rising waters can be intimidating for a lot of fishermen, but Ray Hanselman makes it look easy and can help make it easy for you.

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  • How to Catch Cold Front Florida Strain Bass

    Luke Stoner | Wired2Fish
    02/29/2016

    Cold fronts and Florida-strain largemouth bass are a combination that make most angler shudder. But it doesn't have to be that way.

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  • Make Soft Stick Baits More Versatile

    David A. Brown | Wired2Fish
    04/07/2015

    There are a lot of ways to make a simple soft plastic stick bait more versatile for more applications in bass fishing than just an offset hook and weightless worm. Learn how here.

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  • Early Season Crankbait Fishing Tips

    Staff | Wired2Fish
    03/13/2015

    FLW Tour pro Greg Bohannan shares some quick tips that will help you catch more coldwater bass

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  • How to Catch Prespawn Bass with Football Jigs

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    04/22/2014

    Prespawn bass fishing gives anglers the opportunity to catch the bass of a lifetime. While this time of year is widely synonymous with reaction baits and hurried presentations, never overlook the effectiveness of a football jig. You’ll rarely see 2014 Bassmaster Classic Qualifier Jordan Lee without a football jig within reach throughout the early spring. ...

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  • Why Dion Hibdon Loves Fishing Muddy Water

    Jason Sealock | Wired2Fish
    03/06/2014

    The water is still cold. With all the precipitation, it’s turned muddy. Bass fishing in muddy water is not the top of the list for many anglers. However anglers like us and many pros get excited when the water gets muddy under certain conditions in the late winter and early spring. Want to know why? ...

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  • 5 Places to Find Early Prespawn Bass

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    03/04/2014

    Early prespawn bass fishing gives anglers an excellent opportunity to catch monster bass. As the bass emerge from their deep, wintertime haunts in preparation for the spawn, they are notoriously indiscriminate when it comes to their feeding behavior. The result is simple—giant bass and lots of them. Elite Series pro Dean Rojas is one of ...

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  • Jerkbait Fishing around Floating Docks

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    05/27/2013

    When many anglers think of fishing docks, wooden pier docks often come to mind. Floating docks, however, are excellent places to fish throughout the entire spring. As the bass move to and from spawning flats, the abundant shade and feeding opportunities floating docks provide make them ideal staging areas for bass. If SPRO pro Mike ...

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  • Late Spring Bass | Cranking for Post-Spawners

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    05/22/2013

    There always seems to be an awkward adjustment period that both anglers and bass undergo in the beginning stages of the post-spawn. Late spring bass are worn out from spawning, searching for new homes in deeper water and anglers aren’t ready to give up on their hot spring fishing spots. When faced with lethargic, transitioning ...

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  • Fishing Deep Early

    Jason Sealock | Wired2Fish
    05/15/2013

    If you're like me, you grew up beating the bank with spinnerbaits, crankbaits and worms. The thought of fishing deep never really entered my mind until winter most of the time. I just thought if there was stuff shallow, that's where I'd find a bass. Truth be told that's not irrational thought, but it's a ...

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  • Fishing Stick Worms for Bass in the Spring

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    05/13/2013

    Stick worms for bass are widely regarded as one of the most simple, yet effective ways to catch more fish. In a time where many soft plastic baits look more like spaceships than bass cuisine, sometimes keeping your bait selection simple can pay big dividends. Throughout the spring, it’s not uncommon to see Yum pro ...

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  • Fishing Spring Spinnerbaits in Shallow Cover

    Jason Sealock | Wired2Fish
    04/29/2013

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  • Adapt Your Fishing to Weather Changes

    Alan McGuckin | Wired2Fish
    04/22/2013

    One hundred pros came to Bull Shoals, fifty of them are leaving with a paycheck. The difference between empty handed, and at least $10,000, was adaptation. Adapt or fail. The confidence and willingness to change with changing water conditions and bass behavior is the ultimate separator between tournament success and disappointment. Few Bassmaster Elite tournaments ...

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  • Breaking Down Flats for Spring Bass

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    04/22/2013

    Many bass anglers look forward to spring bass fishing throughout the entire year. When spring finally arrives and bass begin roaming flats in search of warmer water and bedding areas, it gives us the ability to chase after them with a plethora of moving baits—the key word being “chase”. Bass fishing flats isn’t as straight ...

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  • How to Fish a Floating Bass Worm in the Spring

    Walker Smith | Wired2Fish
    04/10/2013

    A floating bass worm is responsible for many of our oldest fishing memories. It proves equally effective in ponds, rivers, lakes and reservoirs alike. Despite its proven effectiveness, this method of fishing is quickly becoming a lost art, according to SPRO pro Mike McClelland. While the worms don't in fact float, they fall so slow ...

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