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  • Another Lake Record Catch on Naci

    Another Lake Record Catch on Naci

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    With an 11-pound largemouth, Sam James of Salinas, Calif., found what could be called the unofficial lake record largemouth bass at Lake Nacimiento on Sunday.

  • It’s your water.

    It’s your water.

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    The California Delta, more commonly known as the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, is vast. 1,000 miles of waterways link rainwater and snow melt from the Si

  • On the Warpath

    On the Warpath

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    Buzzbaits are phenomenal summertime search tools, but with the right equipment and a daring attitude, they are also very effective in and around haunting cover.

  • Home Water Champion: Gagliardi Claims the Cup

    Home Water Champion: Gagliardi Claims the Cup

    Anthony Gagliardi's Comback for Cup Qualification Results in Championship Title

  • From DQ to the Championship

    From DQ to the Championship

    With a week before this year's Forrest Wood Cup

  • DEEP DETERMINATIONS

    DEEP DETERMINATIONS

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    Those who choose the latter know that offshore ledges, humps and rock formations offer lots of habitat to which bass may relate. It’s always nice when you drive

  • A  True Hidden Destination for Bass Anglers

    A True Hidden Destination for Bass Anglers

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    It is the safer bet to fish the south end for a consistent bite, however; most tournaments are won and majority of bigger fish are caught in the north end. Pop

  • Teens on the Tidal Water

    Teens on the Tidal Water

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    A report on the 2013 C.O. Pro-Teen bass tournament on the California Delta

  • Flashers to SpotLightScan

    Flashers to SpotLightScan

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    Of all boat accessories that make fishing more enjoyable, sonar is arguably the best. It wasn’t always that way. My first unit was a Lowrance flasher, and I was

  • Lesier lands the first annual Coors Light Open championship

    Lesier lands the first annual Coors Light Open championship

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    Fishing solo in a team tournament could be considered a disadvantage; but it didn't impede Joel Lesier of Oakley, Calif. who single-handedly claimed the champio

  • Keepin' it Kleen

    Keepin' it Kleen

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    It’s hard for me to get excited about cleaning and I know I am not alone. However, one thing I do not mind cleaning is my boat. if I am not fishing, being aroun

  • Swim Jig Strengths (VIDEO)

    Swim Jig Strengths (VIDEO)

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    Daniel Rice talks Swim Jig Strengths

  • 99 Problems but a Fish Ain't One

    99 Problems but a Fish Ain't One

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    TBF champion Mark Daniels Jr. claims victory in the FLW Rayovac Western Division stop on the California Delta.

  • Flappin' Hog: The Money Maker for the Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge

    Flappin' Hog: The Money Maker for the Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge

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    Although it may often be called the "Senko De Mayo" celebration on the California Delta, for Vijay Mahotra the money maker of the 2014 Yamamoto Big Bass Challen

  • No Place Like Home: Luke Clausen

    No Place Like Home: Luke Clausen

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    Tyler Brinks checks in with western pro Luke Clausen to talk west coast fisheries, tournament life and basic bass fishing.

  • C-RIG SAVES THE DAY ON EL SALTO

    C-RIG SAVES THE DAY ON EL SALTO

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    David A. Brown recalls how he and Bassmaster Elite Series pro Marty Stone catch bass on El Salto with a Carolina rig.

  • How-To Ride the Weather Rollercoaster

    How-To Ride the Weather Rollercoaster

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    Learning how to layer for the weather with Ish Monroe

  • Understanding Barotrauma

    Understanding Barotrauma

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    Jen Edgar discusses barotrauma and proper fish fizzing. (VIDEO)

  • How to Catch 36-Pounds on Game Day

    How to Catch 36-Pounds on Game Day

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    Jamond Andrews and Harvey Pulliam catch 36-pounds in a tournament on the California Delta

  • BASSMASTER CLASSIC PATTERNS

    BASSMASTER CLASSIC PATTERNS

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    In any tournament, but especially the Bassmaster Classic, it’s always tough to get much detail from anglers who recognize the need to hold their cards low. Now