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Justin Lucas with Largemouth Bass

Pretty much anyone who’s ever wet a line has, upon the completion of an unsuccessful day on the water, been regaled with a story about how good the fishing was at some point in the recent past. But if there’s a place an angler should have been last week, it was at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, where Berkley®pro Justin Lucas carved his name into the MLF record books by boating more than 300 pounds of smallmouth bass over the course of…

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Aqua Vu Bass

Beneath the surface, things rarely match the imagination. Consider the aquatic blind-spot beneath a boat dock. What about that big sunken tree you’ve tried to fish? Who knows what might be living in that limb-infested snarl. Any bass below that patch of lily pads, or lingering around those bridge pilings? What sonar can’t show clearly, an Aqua-Vu can. By simply connecting your Aqua-Vu underwater camera to a telescopic pole, you can unlock a whole new world of underwater discovery. The…

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Fenwick Eagle Series Fishing Rods

Fenwick® has released its newly revamped Eagle™ series of rods for 2020 building upon its freshwater rod-maker legacy. The Eagle series is the result of tireless research and development and has once again raised the bar for performance and affordability in its category. The Eagle is perfect for chasing nearly any freshwater fish species due to its blank through construction and minimal reel seat to give anglers the sensitivity needed to feel even the faintest of bites. For more than…

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Angler Hooking fish with St. Croix Rod

Challenge and crisis create “learning moments”, and the first half of 2020 has offered our great nation a wealth of teachable lessons. Any American remotely paying attention now understands quite well the importance of domestic production of goods. From the critical PPE and supplies necessary to respond to a global health pandemic to the day-to-day products that support our normal lives and livelihoods, “Made in the USA” has taken on new levels of meaning and importance for many Americans. After…

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Yamaha Power Pay

North Carolina native Brant McMullan has a 25-year history in Ocean Isle Beach, where his life is centered on family and fishing. He and wife Amy own and manage Ocean Isle Fishing Center, and when they’re not working, they often compete together as a family in kingfish tournaments with daughter, Caroline, and son, Brayden. In recent weeks, the McMullans have become the ‘first family’ of Yamaha’s Power Pay. The contingency program for Yamaha owners paid the McMullans $2,500 for their…

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