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  • Underspin and Shakey Head Rod with Randy Howell

    Underspin and Shakey Head Rod with Randy Howell

    Bassmaster Classic champion weighs in on the underpsin shakey head fishing rod.

  • Randy Howell's Shakey Head Underspin Rod

    Randy Howell's Shakey Head Underspin Rod

    Bassmaster Classic champ Randy Howell talks about the Shakey Head Underspin Rod he deigned for the Daiwa Tatula Elite Series

  • Three Fall Finesse Rigs with Jimmy Reese

    Three Fall Finesse Rigs with Jimmy Reese

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    When FLW Tour pro Jimmy Reese talks about fall finesse fishing, the drop-shot is always mentioned and with good reason. It works. Reese is a noted drop-shot angler agrees and says “it’s a given”. Here are his other three top finesse rigs for bass fishing during the cooling season.

  • Tips for Cold Water Bites

    Tips for Cold Water Bites

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    If you are planning on hitting the water to target cold weather largemouth, the main thing you need to keep in mind is that the activity level of a bass is low, but they are still ready and willing to eat!

  • Shakey Head for Largemouth and Bronzebacks

    Shakey Head for Largemouth and Bronzebacks

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    Let’s face it, both largemouth and smallmouth bass will take the opportunity to down a worm. In order to set the hook, there are two main locations that I look for on natural lakes and/or reservoir systems. Areas that have a weed to rock transition is my primary target for largemouth. For big bronzebacks, I focus on deep, cool water situated on an outside bend where the channel swings up next to the bank. #TBT