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BASS FISHING MINNESOTA: How and where to catch largemouth and smallmouth bass in Minnesota by [Pease, Steve]



Amazon.com: BASS FISHING MINNESOTA: How and where to catch largemouth and smallmouth bass in Minnesota eBook: Steve Pease: Kindle Store:



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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Spring Jerkbait Fishing Tips | Doc's Fishing Tips

spring jerkbait fishing

Spring Jerkbait Fishing Tips | Doc's Fishing Tips: "After a long winter and chilled metabolism, spring bass are eager to get their proverbial feed bag on and bulk up before it’s time to hit the spawning beds…"



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Monday, April 17, 2017

The Right Crankbait | The Ultimate Bass Fishing Resource Guide® LLC

Crankbait fishing

The Right Crankbait | The Ultimate Bass Fishing Resource Guide® LLC: "Most bass fishermen know that crankbaits rank among the most productive and user-friendly lures in existence. Various cranks look mighty similar in tackle trays, though, so picking the best lure to use can get confusing. Retrieve is another variable that defines whether you get the job done."



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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

All Bass Love Swimbaits | The Ultimate Bass Fishing Resource Guide® LLC

4) Swimbaits catch all species of bass including chunky largemouths like the one Sam Heckman is holding.

All Bass Love Swimbaits | The Ultimate Bass Fishing Resource Guide® LLC: "I didn’t have much exposure to swimbaits until I fished with Nebraska guide Steve Lytle (http://www.stevelytle.com; 308-345-1472) on Swanson Reservoir during a hot summer day"



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Choosing Lure Color | The Ultimate Bass Fishing Resource Guide® LLC

This Sebile plug almost matches the bass perfectly.

Choosing Lure Color | The Ultimate Bass Fishing Resource Guide® LLC: "What color are they biting? Are they actually biting a color, or are they biting a movement or a shape? Does the color lure you use even matter, or do other factors outweigh it?"



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