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ZMan BullZEye Spinnetbait

Experience it once and you’ll likely rank it right up there as one of the ultimate inshore bites: Stealth-stalking wolfpacks of redfish, rummaging amidst the shallow slop; slinging spinnerbaits like the Z-Man BullZEye right up in the marsh grass. Swimming the lure back to the ‘yak, you feel its glitzy spinner blade drumbeat the water and sing through snarls of spartina. At once, everything stops. Lure goes dead. Breathing halts for a moment . . . And then, just before refilling your lungs,…

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Saltwater Fishing

Regardless of where you live or fish, spend enough time on your home waters and you’ll experience some incredible events. You’ll see things, put together clues, and identify patterns and presentations that lead to truly unique angling opportunities. It may be a mass concentration of a single species to spawn; a baitfish migration; an epic forage hatch; or simply a brief but predictable window of intense feeding activity. These are the kinds of events that don’t happen often. They may…

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For those resilient anglers who can tolerate the sweltering heat, mosquitoes and sunburn that often are part of summer fishing, this season provides excellent opportunities for hooking lots of big crappie. Unfortunately, many hot-weather crappie outings end in failure. Why? Mainly because anglers insist on using the same fishing methods they use during the crappie’s spring spawning season, and these methods rarely entice slabs when the water is as hot as a jacuzzi. Success comes only to those anglers who…

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by Greg McCain In many ways, pulling crankbaits looms as an intimidating technique for catching summer crappie. With the conglomeration of rods, lures, electronics, and other boat accessories – plus the need-to-know details about fish location, depth, boat speed, and line length – pulling cranks can be something of a daunting proposition. The process does not have to be that way, however. In fact, those fishermen who practice the craft suggest that with just a little experience, trolling crankbaits for…

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by Terry Madewell Catfish are still caught during the peak of the spawn, but tactics must change to compensate for the change in catfish behavior during this specific time of the year. Catfish are caught year-round and anglers employ various tactics to consistently hook big catfish during seasonal changes. But one behavioral change still mystifies many; the dreaded catfish spawn. Some anglers even take a few weeks ‘vacation’ from catfishing because the spawn can dramatically change fishing success using standard…

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