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  • American Sportfishing Association names Glenn Hughes ASA President

    American Sportfishing Association names Glenn Hughes ASA President

    The American Sportfishing Association's (ASA) board of directors is pleased to announce that Glenn Hughes, ASA's Vice President for Industry Relations, has been hired to take on the role of President beginning April 1, 2018. The announcement was made during the board of directors meeting which convened today at the 2017 Sportfishing Summit, the association's annual business meeting, being held October 10-13, at the Opal Sands Resort in Clearwater Beach, Fla.

  • Fall Frog Tips and Tactics for Big Bass

    Fall Frog Tips and Tactics for Big Bass

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    Topwater frogs offer anglers an incredible opportunity to catch big fall bass out of some of the nastiest cover that is present on a lake or river.

  • Targeting Riprap for Fall Bass

    Targeting Riprap for Fall Bass

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    Fishing riprap shorelines is a great avenue to search out smallmouth and largemouth bass alike.

  • Fall Turnover in Your Lake | What is it? Where is it? Fishing it!

    Fall Turnover in Your Lake | What is it? Where is it? Fishing it!

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    Tips for fishing the fall turnover. Looking in the mid-depth range by casting a War Eagle Spinnerbait resulted in this healthy late fall largemouth.

  • Mille Lacs Smallmouth Alliance Tabs Glenn Walker as Inaugural Editor

    Mille Lacs Smallmouth Alliance Tabs Glenn Walker as Inaugural Editor

    Isle, Minnesota – The Mille Lacs Smallmouth Alliance is excited to announce that it has hired Glenn Walker to serve as its editor for their soon to be launched membership e-newsletters.  The membership base for the Mille Lacs Smallmouth Alliance is approaching the 250 mark and will now be receiving a quarterly e-newsletter, with the inaugural issue being delivered mid-December.

  • Size, Action, Temp, Color | Keys to Choose A Jig Trailer #TBT

    Size, Action, Temp, Color | Keys to Choose A Jig Trailer #TBT

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    The size of your chunk will aid in targeting the size bass you want to catch. If you are trying to catch a big bass or at least keep some of the smaller bass from hitting your jig.

  • Frog Retrieves | Matted Vs. Scattered Vegetation #TBT

    Frog Retrieves | Matted Vs. Scattered Vegetation #TBT

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    Today’s topwater frogs don’t just hop across matted vegetation. Developments in the available frog styles has enabled anglers to present the lure in a variety of conditions – changing the retrieve improves success in varied situations

  • Fishing a Frog When You Can't Find Matted Vegetation

    Fishing a Frog When You Can't Find Matted Vegetation

    Snag Proof pro Glenn Walker talks fishing frogs when there is no matted vegetation.

  • Five Scenarios That Say "Change Your Frog"

    Five Scenarios That Say "Change Your Frog"

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    When it comes to fishing a topwater frog, the same holds true, some days you have the hot frog so to speak, but then all of a sudden, something changes and that frog that has been loading the boat for you is now just skittering across the vegetation leaving a trail that has no bass interested in hitting it.

  • Froggin' Tips | 3 More Ways to Modify Your Frog Presentation

    Froggin' Tips | 3 More Ways to Modify Your Frog Presentation

    Snag Proof pro Glenn Walker Shares His Frog Kit for Three Quick and Easy Ways to Modify your Frog Presentation with Jingle Bells, Solder and Sharpies. Catch more frog fish this summer.

  • Frog Kit | 3 More Ways to Modify Your Frog Presentation

    Frog Kit | 3 More Ways to Modify Your Frog Presentation

    Snag Proof pro Glenn Walker Shares His Frog Kit for Three Quick and Easy Ways to Modify your Frog Presentation with Jingle Bells, Solder and Sharpies. Catch more frog fish this summer.

  • Froggin' Tips: Conditions for a Traditional Frog vs. a Poppin' Frog

    Froggin' Tips: Conditions for a Traditional Frog vs. a Poppin' Frog

    Conditions to use a traditional frog vs a poppin' frog with Glenn Walker

  • Froggin' Tips: Conditions for a Traditional Frog vs. a Poppin' Frog

    Froggin' Tips: Conditions for a Traditional Frog vs. a Poppin' Frog

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    Conditions to use a traditional frog vs a poppin' frog with Glenn Walker

  • Froggin' Tips: Selecting a Color for the Conditions

    Froggin' Tips: Selecting a Color for the Conditions

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    Snag Proof staffer Glenn Walker breaks down color theory for selecting frog patterns relative to the conditions.

  • Which Frog to Throw…The Million Dollar Question

    Which Frog to Throw…The Million Dollar Question

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    With the plethora of topwater frogs available to anglers today, selecting one is sometimes as difficult as a question on the ACT’s! Snag Proof has different styles, sizes and colors of topwater hollow bodied frogs available for anglers that will excel in any situation an angler may face on the water.

  • Back-Up Baits for a Second Chance

    Back-Up Baits for a Second Chance

    There are several reasons why a bass may miss a topwater bait. A missed strike can be caused by size or color of bait, motive of the strike or simply a miss of the hooks.

  • Fishing Hollow-Body Frogs vs Soft Plastic Frogs

    Fishing Hollow-Body Frogs vs Soft Plastic Frogs

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    When fishing dense mats of vegetation, or in vast expanses of lily pads, you’ll want to use a hollow-bodied frog to properly target the bass hiding underneath these canopies. These baits are nearly impossible to snag and bass will be looking to feed upwards when buried in these mats. Also many of these areas you’ll be fishing will have dense vegetation, so you’ll need a frog that has a large profile as this will displace the matted vegetation as you work it across the top of it.

  • Fishing the Spring to Summer Transition

    Fishing the Spring to Summer Transition

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    As bass have completed their spawn, some will continue to live up shallow all year long.  These bass will take up residence around hard cover, such as boat docks, laydowns or riprap.  The bass relate to this shallow cover as their home; they live around it as it provides protection from predators and a good location to use as a food source. This hard cover will also more than likely have a consistent presence all year long.

  • Westernbass Magazine, Spring 2016

    Westernbass Magazine, Spring 2016

    I am certainly ready for a new season of bassin’ and hope you are too. I’ve been excited to kick off the year with coverage of the International Sports Shows in Sacramento and Scottsdale as well as the Fred Hall show. Stay tuned for upcoming tank seminars on WesternBassTV, if you missed the shows. This year, WesternBass was excited to bring site users video clips from our western anglers at the Bassmaster Classic. I will be watching and cheering them on throughout the year. I would like to congratulate Lowrance pro Edwin Evers for his outstanding win at Grand Lake for the Classic championship – 29 pounds! Wow! I would to like remind anglers that WesternBass offers many features on the site to make tournament planning easy. Under the Interactive tab, we have the Tournament Calendar and Special Events with Digital Guides for all of the Wild West Bass Trail events. Under the Delta tab, you will find moon phases, weather, water temps and tide charts to help plan a fun and productive day on the tidal water. Lastly, I want to thank all of you for your support of the site and the magazine. It is because of you and our sponsors that WesternBass is the place where fishermen talk. Wayne

  • C-Rigging Deep or Shallow

    C-Rigging Deep or Shallow

    For bass fisherman the Carolina rig is a great technique to employ when targeting bass that are relating to off shore structure. Notice how I didn’t include the word deep water. The Carolina rig when modified can be used to target shallow water structure that is off the bank as well.