Published September 2nd, 2019 This year marks the ninth year that Yamaha Pro Angler Spencer Deutz has been promoting the sport of fishing though education and outreach. Spencer and his wife Carly have been traveling the Midwest on a free youth and family fishing clinic tour. The duo has completed over 100 events and educated thousands of aspiring anglers since 2011. Spencer traveled to Devils Lake, ND to host the National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) Youth and Family Fishing…

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View this email online The September issue of Catfish Now includes a variety of topics. It begins with a story on shallow water cats. It is followed by an adventure to bushwhack some channel cats. The final feature gives advice on how to hire a guide. Some catfish basics are included as well as a couple of great video tips from expert anglers. You will also find the first of a two-part series on fishing new waters. Enjoy! Catfish Connections…

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Miscues always become magnified when they’re seen by contemporaries who never seem to forget them. It’s as true in professional bass fishing as it is in everyday life, as veteran Yamaha Pro Jay Yelas can attest. Not long ago he was reminded once again of a little mistake he and his wife Jill made early one morning while launching at a boat ramp at Lake Norman more than 15 years ago. “We were both really, really tired that morning,” remembers…

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View this email online Crappie fishermen usually think small when it comes to lure size. But Darl Black says sometimes bigger is better. Vic Attardo gives a lesson on crappie fishing waters that might be influenced by tides, while Ron Wong visited the famous ICAST trade show to keep you up to date on the latest and greatest new products intended to lure crappie fishermen. Plus, the compelling story of Tennessee game wardens that survived a potentially deadly accident. Yes,…

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