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​Make it a Double…Rig

1st Feb 2018

​Make it a Double…Rig
Some anglers excel with a Shakey head, some anglers dominate with a drop shot, and some are equally skilled at both. But combine the two techniques together on the same line and you just took it to a totally different level. For the anglers that recognize the benefits and implement this method of fishing, dragging a Double Rig serves multiple purposes for finding and catching bass. It’s not only a simple and effective way to fish, but it can quickly help you figure out the bass you’re after, and
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Scrounging Up Bass

30th Jan 2018

Scrounging Up Bass
Offering bass a presentation that they're not unaccustomed to seeing day in and day out is an excellent way to increase your catch, and fishing plastics on a Scrounger head is a sure shot way to do this. Rig a 3.6" Hammer Shad on one of these bad boys and you're definitely in for a treat. The Hammer Shad/Scrounger combination offers a unique action in a downsized presentation that can produce when other moving baits won't, especially in pressured waters.Here's the best way to describe the action
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​6 Swinging Hammer Tricks

1st Jan 2018

​6 Swinging Hammer Tricks
Knowing what you’re throwing is the key to keeping you slaying. The more ways you know to fish the 4.8" Swinging Hammer, the more ways you’ll consistently put pigs in the boat. Whether you’re fishing in a foot of grassy water or a 30 foot hole, the massive side to side swagger of the Swinging Hammer has proven to grab the attention of big fish…and who doesn’t love catching big fish right? So let’s go over some of the ways to draw in the big girls with this powerhouse of a swimbait.Weightless: Wh
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The Dreaded Front

6th Nov 2017

The Dreaded Front
Zero winds, bluebird skies...and of course, high pressure. It's happened to all of us. Your pre-fishing days were perfect, the bass were eating just the way you wanted them to eat, you're on a solid bag, and then the morning the money is on the line, Mother Nature changes the entire game for you. While some anglers will simply accept the change in conditions and make the necessary adjustments to get bit, many others will continue to try force feeding the fish into what they were responding
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