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Outdoors

  • Big Catch
  • Find the food source, catch the bass

    One of those deep thinking, psychological kind of guys once said, “to understand the owl, study the mouse.”
    That’s okay, if you’re into owls, but since they’re a protected bird, you can’t legally shoot one. Most of my friends would better relate to something like “to know the bass, know the shad-crawfish-bluegill-worm.” Simply, everything eats, so if you find the food source you’ll find the bass.

  • It’s important to stay hydrated

    Over the past several articles we’ve talked about various styles of artificial baits and some very basic techniques for using them.
    So what else do we need when we’re going to spend time outdoors, especially this time of year? It’s readily obtainable, inexpensive and comes in one basic style. And this item can save your life.
    Do ya think I’m talking about PDFs (personal floatation devices)? While PDFs are indeed a mandatory item for safety, they’ll be talked about in another article.

  • All that is left are plastic baits

     

     

  • Inman catches bass
  • Turtle Hunt
  • Crankbaits vary in depth ranges

     

     

  • Top water bassin' is the best

    Ask any 10 die hard bass anglers their opinion of the most exciting way to catch bass and over half will say "top water!"

    Top water fishing is casting a lure that floats, or works, on... here it comes... top of the water.

  • Let's talk lures

    Last week, I lost a good friend and former co-worker. While Chief Joe Bell will be remembered for many things, I have a picture in my mind that sums up how I'll always remember him.

    My image is of a Ford pickup truck... Lord knows it had to be a Ford! Filling the bed of the truck and hanging out every window is a Little League baseball player. His team... someone else's team... didn't matter!

  • Let's talk lures

    Last week, I lost a good friend and former co-worker. While Chief Joe Bell will be remembered for many things, I have a picture in my mind that sums up how I'll always remember him.

    My image is of a Ford pickup truck... Lord knows it had to be a Ford! Filling the bed of the truck and hanging out every window is a Little League baseball player. His team... someone else's team... didn't matter!