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  • Ike on his new Nat Geo show VIDEO

    Ike on his new Nat Geo show VIDEO

    Berkley Fishing pro Mike Iaconelli on his new show on Nat Geo Wild!

  • New Crappie World Record Approved by IGFA

    New Crappie World Record Approved by IGFA

    After hooking the fish, Ferguson skillfully played the crappie on six-pound test line for approximately five minutes after it hit the jig and grub combo he was casting.

  • You learn something new everyday on the water..

    You learn something new everyday on the water..

    Over the past month an a half I have been trying to figure out a specific area on the delta an have learned a lot about fishing the tide.. I caught a 9lber in this area an came back another day on the same outgoing tide caught Nothing then tried it agian on incoming tide an caught 8 rats...

  • Anyone hear about a new world record out of Melones?

    Anyone hear about a new world record out of Melones?

    Pretty reliable source just called me and said that there was a new world record largemouth caught at Melones over the weekend,

  • NEW Active Imaging™ from Lowrance

    NEW Active Imaging™ from Lowrance

    From America’s Number One Fishfinder Brand, introducing our best ever sonar technology to help you unlock your best day on the water.

  • Two Ways to Rig the New Yamamoto Mermaid Bait VIDEO

    Two Ways to Rig the New Yamamoto Mermaid Bait VIDEO

    Yamamoto Pro Jimmy Reese shows how he likes to rig the new Yamamoto Mermaid bait - as a trailer on a chatter bait and also Texas-stylle on a swivel head.

  • New Solid Carbon and Solid Glass Rod Models from St. Croix

    New Solid Carbon and Solid Glass Rod Models from St. Croix

    Ultra-refined instruments provide an almost supernatural ability to hear, sense and detect things otherwise impossible for humans. Antennae perceive subtle electromagnetic pulses. Stethoscopes listen for the slightest acoustical arrhythmia.

  • New Spanish Sardine Swimbait is a dead ringer for the real thing

    New Spanish Sardine Swimbait is a dead ringer for the real thing

    It’s difficult to imagine a more prolific or important saltwater baitfish than the sardine; specifically, the slender, silvery-sided Spanish sardine (Sardinella aurita). Found everywhere from the Pacific to the Atlantic to the Mediterranean Sea, no matter where they roam, they share a few things in common. First, they favor relatively shallow waters, and second, they’re critical prey for a staggering variety of inshore, near-shore, and even offshore fish species.

  • Bo shows the new Elite Series baits VIDEO

    Bo shows the new Elite Series baits VIDEO

    Mega Blade, Elite SpinJig and Elite Blitz Football Head.| All Elite series have a beefy custom Trokar hook!

  • New Weekend Series Tackle Storage from Plano

    New Weekend Series Tackle Storage from Plano

    If fishing for a living is your dream, don't let us or anyone else burst your bubble. But until that day rolls around, most of us need to work day jobs to pay for gas, groceries, gymnastics lessons, and our fishing gear. And because we just can't fish whenever we want, the time we do get to spend on the water becomes that much more valuable.

  • On the New XTASY

    On the New XTASY

    Made from Toray's New Nano

  • New MLF expansion BPT tourney circuit talk | Listen now

    New MLF expansion BPT tourney circuit talk | Listen now

    Major League Fishing co-founder Gary Klein will give us latest information available as they meet with the selected anglers this week.

  • 10 new models deliver unrivaled performance to hardwater anglers

    10 new models deliver unrivaled performance to hardwater anglers

    Ice fishing has evolved in truly revolutionary ways during the past decade. Gone are the days of sitting on a pail for hours at a time, jigging with a “rod” that had more in common with a broomstick than with a precision angling instrument. The contemporary ice enthusiast is mobile, hunting for fish rather than waiting passively for finned targets to swim by. Far-flung destinations, boasting hardwater targets of gargantuan proportions, draw anglers further north and west in search of ice-bound glory. Advances in shelters and apparel make it possible to fish in extreme conditions that rapidly reveal weaknesses in both equipment and angler.

  • 19.10 to Win New Hogan Final Results Posted

    19.10 to Win New Hogan Final Results Posted

    19.10 to Win New Hogan Final Results | Day 2 California Bass Nation Results Posted

  • Something New at Clear Lake

    Something New at Clear Lake

    You may not have heard this yet....

  • A New Personal Best

    A New Personal Best

    My son's new PB!

  • New Custom Pro Speed Spin® Spinning Reel Available Now from Team Lew's

    New Custom Pro Speed Spin® Spinning Reel Available Now from Team Lew's

    Serious tournament anglers know that even big-fish-factory lakes can get tough. In these situations, light tackle and finesse presentations with spinning equipment often gets the nod when bites are tough to come by. Especially when big fish are on the line, a smooth and controlled drag is essential for landing key fish in make or break situations.

  • Watch DNR conservation officers in action with new episodes of "Wardens"

    Watch DNR conservation officers in action with new episodes of "Wardens"

    Set your DVR for new episode of 'Wardens' on Outdoor Channel Get a look at the work of DNR conservation officers, as new episodes of "Wardens" continue on the Outdoor Channel.

  • New State Record Largemouth Caught... No one is happy?

    New State Record Largemouth Caught... No one is happy?

    A “favorite of anglers, the largemouth bass has made its way around the world because of the excitement of catching them. They tend to put up a good fight on the line, and that’s because they’re tough fish

  • Three new Legend Tournament Musky rods designed to present smaller baits to big fish

    Three new Legend Tournament Musky rods designed to present smaller baits to big fish

    A ¾-oz. bucktail spinner was the prototypical lure employed throughout the early decades of musky fishing. In the years since, however, musky terminal tackle has become increasingly diverse and highly specialized. As lure manufacturers cranked out the big, bigger and gigantic baits demanded by musky anglers, St. Croix Rod eagerly owned the mission of designing and selling the equally specialized rods engineered and built to effectively fish every one of them.