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  • US Open Video Updates | Justin Patti on the Wire-to-Wire Win and Brett Hite on his Charge for First

    US Open Video Updates | Justin Patti on the Wire-to-Wire Win and Brett Hite on his Charge for First

    Video Updates at the 2017 WON Bass U.S. Open at Lake Mead

  • 2017 Won Bass U.S. Open  Day 1 Video Interviews Top-5 Pros at Lake Mead

    2017 Won Bass U.S. Open Day 1 Video Interviews Top-5 Pros at Lake Mead

    The top-5 pro anglers Justin Patti, Travis Jewell, Nick Salvucci, Josh Bertrand and Kyle Grover weigh in on the first day of the 2017 WON Bass U.S. Open at Lake Mead with video updates here.

  • Pro LIst Competing for 2017 WON Bass U.S. Open | Live Show Link

    Pro LIst Competing for 2017 WON Bass U.S. Open | Live Show Link

    The List of pros competing in the 2017 WON Bass U.S. Open is as follows:

  • RIP Andy "Cooch" Cuccia

    RIP Andy "Cooch" Cuccia

    To all the faithful followers, friends and family...It is with a heavier heart than you will ever know that I must let you know that Andy "Cooch" Cuccia has passed away. It was very sudden and very unexpected. I don't mean for this

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Early Fall Update October 14

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Early Fall Update October 14

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    Caught a 9lb, 6oz fish yesterday down in the green pea soup of Disco Bay! She literally choked that GunPowder Wadda Jig! Big fish Jig bite continues! Photo: Andy "Cooch" Cuccia

  • Year of the Big Bass

    Year of the Big Bass

    This season has been strange for me. I have caught tons of giant bass but have generally done pretty average in tournaments. In fact, I can recall three or four days when one fish was half of my total weight. I can't complain though, it has just been interesting that I can find one really good one and the rest are dinks. It is not like I have dedicated to "big fish" techniques like swimbaits or anything as most of my bigger fish have come on old standbys like jigs, crankbaits and drop-shot.

  • Top -3 Daiwa Products Under $200

    Top -3 Daiwa Products Under $200

    Daiwa's first spinning reel rolled off the assembly line in 1955. Since then, the company has grown into one of the largest and most influential tackle companies in the world today. To handle sales and distribution in the United States, Daiwa Corporation first opened its doors on September 26, 1966, operating from a small facility in Culver City, California. Today, based in Cypress, California, Daiwa Corporation sells tackle throughout the United States, Canada, Central and South America.

  • Clear Lake Fire Pix | BBT Donation Info

    Clear Lake Fire Pix | BBT Donation Info

    BBT Promotions manager John Hennecke will be taking a run up to Clear Lake Friday to drop off a load of water and other goods to help support the people of Clear Lake this Friday. If you have water, canned food, pet food, diapers or toiletries you would like to donate please PM him and we will try to make arrangements to pick them up

  • Lowrance Screenshot Interpretation | Concrete Slab | Mid-Sized Baitfish | Bottom Comp Change

    Lowrance Screenshot Interpretation | Concrete Slab | Mid-Sized Baitfish | Bottom Comp Change

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    Bassmaster Elite Series pro Luke Clausen shares his interpretation of three different  screenshots. Lowrance Screenshot #1 | Lowrance StructureScan Concrete Slab

  • 4 Best Smallmouth Jerkbait Colors

    4 Best Smallmouth Jerkbait Colors

    Smallmouth fishing? Here are the four best colors to use a jerkbait to target smallies.

  • How to Win the U.S. Open with Johnny Johnson

    How to Win the U.S. Open with Johnny Johnson

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    The U.S. Open is the premier tournament in the west and has long been known as one of the most challenging bass tournaments anywhere. Lake Mead hosts the event every year and proves to be a unique venue as tough fishing, big waves, and extreme heat often plays into the strategy of anglers. With the move to October this year, last year’s winner Johnny Johnson believes the fishing will be better and shares his predictions for the event and gives a strategy to win this year’s Open.

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Early Fall Update October 7

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Early Fall Update October 7

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    More Salmon reports in the area as anglers recover still around as temperatures return more fall like

  • Shallow Water Cranking for Fall Bass

    Shallow Water Cranking for Fall Bass

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    A great way to target bass during the fall that allows you to cover water quickly and also mimic the shad that the bass are feeding heavily on as they fatten up before winter is a shallow running crankbait.

  • Wild West Bass Trail at Berryessa for Team Championship and AOY Points Race

    Wild West Bass Trail at Berryessa for Team Championship and AOY Points Race

    The Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) blasts off on Lake Berryessa Oct. 6-8 for its 2017 California Teams year-end championship. The event marks the final opportunity for the 73 qualifying teams to add points to their standings in the 2017 Anglers of the Year (AOY) race.

  • 3 Ways to Retrieve a Boom Boom and other Swimbait Info with Fred Roumbanis

    3 Ways to Retrieve a Boom Boom and other Swimbait Info with Fred Roumbanis

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    Fred Roumbanis, like many anglers with California roots, loves swimbaits.  Even though he has moved from the west as he fishes the Bassmaster Elite Series, swimbaits are still a big part of his game. His years of experience with them have given him the confidence to use them in a variety of situations from coast to coast.

  • Why You Are Incredibly Fortunate and Why You Should Be Furious | California Anglers

    Why You Are Incredibly Fortunate and Why You Should Be Furious | California Anglers

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    You want to know a secret – most are largely a serendipitous windfall on behalf of California state resource agencies. Very few of these fisheries were propagated and developed by design and very few have any ongoing monitoring, research or regulatory oversight to enhance or protect the fishery.

  • Looking Good and Running Longer with Mark Menendez

    Looking Good and Running Longer with Mark Menendez

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    Everyone who owns a truck and boat wants to keep them running great and looking good. Professional angler Mark Menendez is like any other angler, he wants to keep his equipment looking sharp and not have to spend too much time to keep it that way. The same is true of how his truck runs as he depends on it to get to the next tournament. To accomplish all of this, he relies on five products from Lucas Oil.

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | September 29

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | September 29

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    Photo: Bobby Barrack from Back to Class Guide Service Striper Fishing the Delta This week Dan’s Delta Outdoors  winds up the Regular season with One day event at Big Break Marina Saturday and Sunday! It’s been a great series let’s see who comes out on top!

  • Lake Oroville Fishing Report Update September 26

    Lake Oroville Fishing Report Update September 26

    Launched at Lime Saddle about 6:40 am today, almost shocked at how far down the water went, off the lake at 10:15 am. Looks like 7 or so days left for this ramp

  • Giant Lineside on the Deps SS250

    Giant Lineside on the Deps SS250

    We've been struggling to put a consistent pattern together over the last few weeks, but every now and then we get the right kind of bite! On this day we saw the tide would be primo around sunrise, but launched extra early to be in position.