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Webster's Late Fall Scenarior

Originally published 11/28/18 on www.flwfishing.com by Kyle Wood By Late November across the country, a lot of people have switched their focus from chasing bass to watching football and going hunting. Certainly, this time of year can lead to some hit or miss fishing, but don’t give up just yet. As the doldrums of winter creep closer, FLW Tour pro Joseph Webster has a simplistic, yet efficient approach to putting bass in the boat. Here are two of Webster’s favorite situations for snatching late fall bass.     SWIMMING IN CLEAR WATER Cool, clear water can scare a lot of people, but for Webster it can lead to some fantastic fishing. “On lakes like Lanier or Smith where you have spotted...

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Hammer Fishing Rods Owner, Shane Cox, Lands Personal Best

I’ve been chasing these bass around for the past 49 years hoping with every cast to persuade a true wall hanger to hit. Today, I broke my personal best with a 11.57 at the scales. Measurements were taken (25 1/2” girth and 20 1/2” long) for a replica mount just before she swam off to hopefully be caught again. These type days are special and having one of my Blue Mountain College anglers, Fisher Overton, on the water with me was sure an extra bonus. We came up just short of the win with a total weight of 26.58, which solidifies the type of outstanding fishery we have in Pickwick.  Rod Used in Catch:  Hammer Elite Series 7’ 11” Double...

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New Year, New School : Ty Cox Continues Success at Kentucky Lake

  Originally Published on www.collegiatebasschampionship.com The differences between fishing a standard five bass limit tournament and a big bass format event are fairly drastic.  In one, you are trying to get bites with consistency, stay in productive areas, and work your way up to the best bag of fish you can catch.  On the other hand, in a big bass event, the goal is to catch just one big fish, and for that fish to be the biggest one in the whole event.  But when you’re catching good numbers of quality fish regularly throughout the day, the differences between the two events cease to exist.  This was the case for the Blue Mountain College Team of Ty Cox and Alden...

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