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by Debbie Hanson Tiffany “Snookie” Risch inspires women to target blue cats on the James River. Some anglers have a way of describing an experience with such passion and enthusiasm that it makes you want to drop whatever it is you’re doing at that given second and get outdoors to bait a hook or cast out a lure. Tiffany Risch, known to most as “Snookie” on social media, is one of those anglers. Her down-to-earth nature and words of encouragement…

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Today I sit drinking my morning cup of coffee and ponder the current fuel cost situation. What really is the cause? Why do we roll over and accept this? How can I save fuel and still tour on the circuits, fish for fun, and fish for work? Questions, questions, questions, but not many answers as to why. Thanks to the Pecan Coffee I love, I woke up to a brainstorming session of some things I could share and recommend. I…

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Anglers Crappie Fishing at Night

by Keith Sutton As summer draws nigh, the weather gets more and more sultry. And the sultrier it gets, the more likely crappie are to shift the bulk of their feeding activities to the wee hours of the night. It’s important, therefore, for hot-weather anglers to understand the ins and outs of night-fishing. These tips can help. Choosing the Right Night Light Lights placed around dockside brushpiles attracted these crappie for Arkansas angler Josh Sutton. (Photo: Keith Sutton)  Lights are…

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Summertime can be brutally hot but if you can stand the heat, the crappie fishing can be hot as well. Two Mississippi guides shared their favorite tactics and tips for summertime crappie – but they’ll work almost anywhere you find crappie. by Tim Huffman Pulling Cranks & Jigs Mark Hamberlin, DD214 Guide Service, is known for fishing and his generosity to veterans. He provides about 20 free fishing trips a year to disabled vets that includes a place to stay…

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Lake of the Ozarks is one of the largest lakes in Missouri. It is more than 84 miles long with 1,100 miles of shoreline. In places it reaches 130 feet deep. The huge lake offers great fishing for a variety of species including spotted bass, largemouth bass, catfish, and bluegill. Of course, it is also an amazing crappie lake as well. I’ve been fishing in several different states, but so far, no place I’ve been can beat this lake in…

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