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Dardanelle Midday Update Day 1

Dardanelle Midday Update Day 1

Day one of the Costa FLW Series Central Division opener presented by T-H Marine at Lake Dardanelle was hit and miss, but location wasn't as important as speed and presentation. READ MORE »

Collings Wins at Dardanelle

Collings Wins at Dardanelle

Though only 18 years old, Sheldon Collings of Grove, Okla., made a major career move by winning the FLW Bass Fishing League Regional presented by Ranger at Lake Dardanelle. It was Collings' first victory. READ MORE »

Moving out

Moving out

No matter where you live, largemouth bass follow a consistent pattern every spring. They move up from deep water into shallow water to spawn. After spawning, they leave their shallow nesting areas and move back to deep water, where they orient to topographic structure such as ledges, points and channels. READ MORE »

Tricks for dead-sea dismals

Tricks for dead-sea dismals

When George Gershwin penned those immortal “Summertime” lyrics “fish are jumpin’,” he definitely wasn’t talking about bass fishing. There’s nothing easy about fishing when it’s 100 degrees, the wind feels like jet-engine exhaust, and the air is almost as wet as the water. As tough as it is above the water, it’s not much better below the water. READ MORE »

Finesse-fishing the Texas way

Finesse-fishing the Texas way

The words “finesse” and “Texas” aren’t generally used in the same sentence. Of course, the Texas rig has a softer side. When a rapid weather or water change shocks fish into inactivity, or when you’re fishing small streams, you can downsize the components of your Texas rig for a more subtle presentation. READ MORE »

Fishing in a forest

Fishing in a forest

For bass anglers, the sight of a flooded forest is both exhilarating and intimidating. Bass could be anywhere on such a lake, or seemingly nowhere at all. Where do you begin? How do you isolate productive areas and eliminate unproductive ones? READ MORE »

Performance Profile: Greg Hackney

Performance Profile: Greg Hackney

Though Greg Hackney has only been fishing professionally for five years, he has already established himself as one of America’s hottest bass anglers. READ MORE »