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Angler with Walleye

Ask any self-respecting walleye angler which season they like best, and spring is likely to be at the top of the list. Coming out of winter, it just feels good to pitch some jigs, hit the rivers, and spend time in the boat. But springtime walleye fishing means you’re contending with mother nature’s temperaments and variable spawning activity, which affect the quality of fishing you might earn on any given day. We tapped some of the best walleye anglers on…

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Victory Contest

Victory reveals itself in many forms, each as unique as the individual who defines it. A personal-best big bass? Spending more time on the water with family or friends? Winning a tournament? All of these are victories for those who set the goals. St. Croix, handcrafters of the Best Rods on Earth®, wants to hear your Voice of Victory. Tell us about a personal victory you’ve experienced and you’ll earn a chance to win one of eight (8) Victory prize…

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Woman holding Bass

Carter Koza is senior at Mount Paran Christian School in Kennesaw, Georgia. His sister, Lee Rose Koza, is a sophomore at Carson-Newman University in Knoxville, Tennessee. Both siblings have fished competitively for the past several years, and credit their father, Jamie, for their love of fishing and drive to compete. “My dad fished tournaments ever since he was a little kid, so he got us involved early,” says Carter, adding that their dad also runs a tackle shop. “We were…

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Largemouth Bass

Good morning West Coast! Temperatures should be in the upper 70s this week with lows in the 60s. Do you know what time it is? Dang right: It’s monster bass time, and that means California dreams of double-digit largemouths are about to become reality. With waters warming quickly now, the big girls are sliding up shallow, which – in the case of the bigger, deeper, clear-water lakes and reservoirs of central and southern California – might be anywhere from two…

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Female Angler with Speckled Trout

The spring inshore run along the Gulf coast of Texas is as constant as the tides, happening year over year as bull reds and speckled trout move into the rich, shallow marshes to feed. Though the recent 100-year storm event that brought record cold temperatures and unprecedented snowfall to south Texas has pushed things back a bit on this year’s calendar, veteran anglers like St. Croix pro and lifelong inshore angler, Joseph Sanderson, know what’s coming. A former collegiate FLW and…

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