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Heavy metal for cold water bass - BladeBait
Heavy Metal For Cold Water Bass The cold-water period is one of the most productive times of the year to target fish with metal lures, including jigging spoons and blade baits. During the winter months, bass, walleyes, and other predator species respond favorably to the vibration and flash of metal lures presented near the bottom. The effectiveness of these lures...
Bassmaster Classic Reels In Award For Economic Impact   The 2019 Bassmaster Classic in Knoxville, Tenn., has been recognized as a 2019 Champion of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism (Mid-Market Division) by Sports Destination Management. The award honors organizations and local partners who “worked together to produce events that have made our industry a more vibrant, more exciting, more varied and more...
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The 2020 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk marked the 13th time the iconic event has been held in Alabama and shattered previous attendance records for the state, B.A.S.S. officials announced today. The total Classic Week attendance of 122,814 was recorded at a variety of activities across Alabama, including the Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo...
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – At the conclusion of its seventh successful season, the National Walleye Tour, presented by Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s, unveiled an intriguing 2020 schedule, a slate that includes two stops on the Great Lakes and two visits to the Missouri River. Three regular-season tournaments precede the National Walleye Tour Championship, the sport’s premier event,...
Fall Panfish
It seems like everything bites better in the fall. The stress of summer’s high water temperatures is a thing of the past, and the intense pressure of incessant boat traffic is finally in the rearview mirror. As anglers, we like it better – and the fish we’re chasing like it better too.   Panfish – especially crappies and perch – are...
  Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Mark Menendez breaks down how he selects the right jerkbait for the conditions.  
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — After a 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series season that was widely regarded as one of the best ever, the entire field has decided to come back for an encore. B.A.S.S. announced the field for the 2020 Elite Series today, and all 75 anglers from the 2019 roster are returning, along with 10 qualifiers from the Basspro.com Bassmaster Opens,...
BAss
Based on Presidents Trump's recommendation today of limiting crowds to less than 10 people for the next 15 days we are postponing the remaining two March events. 1: The MEGA BASS has been moved to July 19th at Lake Fork 2: The Lake Falcon team event has been moved to May 30th For those anglers that have pre-registered for either event we can move your...
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – Get all this coverage and more to stream on your television, computer, or smart phone NOW! Download the 'Outdoor Action TV' App directly to your iOS or Android smart phone, Roku, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV device, or visit our website at: www.OutdoorActionTV.com for all FREE 24/7 viewing! New this week on Outdoor Action TV, the National Walleye...
AUSTIN – Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Inland Fisheries management staff are considering changes to freshwater fishing regulations at water bodies located in Cooke, Tom Green, Grayson, and Williamson counties for 2020-21. Staff previewed the potential changes to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission at their meeting this week in Austin. At Moss Lake near Gainesville in Cooke County, staff are considering modifying the 14-inch minimum length limit for largemouth bass to a 16-inch maximum length limit to encourage the harvest of smaller fish. This change would aim to reduce competition for forage and habitat and improve the growth potential of largemouth bass in the lake. Additionally, this change would reduce confusion for anglers with identification of spotted versus largemouth bass in the lake. At Lake Nasworthy near San Angelo in Tom Green County, staff are considering modifying harvest regulations for crappie by removing the current 10-inch minimum length limit. The change would allow anglers to harvest some of the abundant crappie smaller than 10 inches with the aim of helping to restructure the crappie population in the reservoir, where fish are currently found to have below-average growth and many die of natural mortality prior to reaching 10 inches in length. At Lake Texoma and the Texas waters of the Red River below the Denison Dam, staff are considering modifying harvest regulations for blue, channel, and flathead catfish to standardize the regulations for these species on both sides of the reservoir and the river. For blue and channel catfish, the potential changes would specify no minimum length limit, a 15-fish daily bag limit, and anglers could harvest only one blue catfish 30 inches or greater. For flathead catfish, the change would specify no minimum length limit and a five-fish daily bag limit. In addition to standardizing regulations with Oklahoma and making harvest limits less complicated for catfish anglers, the potential changes could increase protection of larger blue catfish on the Texas side of the river. At Brushy Creek Lake near Cedar Park in Williamson County, staff are considering modifying harvest regulations by changing to the statewide 14-inch limit for largemouth bass. On the section of Brushy Creek downstream from the lake to the Williamson/Milam County line (approximately 50 miles), staff are considering the following changes: for blue and channel catfish, reducing the daily bag limit to five fish per day and removing the minimum length limit; and implementing a pole-and-line only, two rod maximum gear restriction to reduce the potential overharvest of fish caught by other means. Standardizing the catfish limits and legal gear requirements would result in anglers fishing under the same regulations for the reservoir and the creek downstream. In January, Inland Fisheries staff will present these possible changes to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. If the Commission approves, the proposed changes will be published in the Texas Register, which begins the process of official public comment. Prior to that, anglers wishing to comment on the potential changes can direct them to Ken Kurzawski, TPWD Inland Fisheries Director of Information and Regulations, by email at ken.kurzawski@tpwd.texas.gov or phone at 512-389-4591.
AUSTIN – Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Inland Fisheries management staff are considering changes to freshwater fishing regulations at water bodies located in Cooke, Tom Green, Grayson, and Williamson counties for 2020-21. Staff previewed the potential changes to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission at their meeting this week in Austin. At Moss Lake near Gainesville in Cooke County, staff...

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