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When you’re fishing in river situations, it’s important to understand how relate to cover and structure based on current direction and strength. Once you know where the fish are sitting and what direction their facing, you can more efficiently present lures directly in front of their noses!     For more videos like this, Subscribe [Read more…]

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I recently had the please of fishing a fundraiser tournament with my wife on Gull Lake. We got into a boatload of bass and had a lot of fun. Special thanks to Bernie for putting on a great tournament, and to MN Teen Challenge for doing the Lord’s work, saving the lives of thousands of [Read more…]

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Topwater lures can be extremely effective for targeting smallmouth bass — not just numbers, but big ones, too! For this application, there are four primary topwater lure styles to consider: prop baits, poppers, jump baits and wake baits.   All of these baits can be worked around cover or in open water, whether you’re on [Read more…]

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Lake Vermilion Resorts


There’s a reason why folks love chasing smallmouth bass: they fight hard and they’re fun to catch! These are a few of our favorite picks for catching smallies from rod, reel and line to plastics, hardbaits and jigs!   Jigs & Plastics   – Yamamoto Senkos – $6.89 – YUM Dingers – $2.89 – Northland [Read more…]

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The AnglingBuzz region is unquestionable the epicenter of North America’s finest brown bass fishing. On today’s highlight destination we’re gonna look at some premiere smallmouth fisheries for both numbers and size.     MISSOURI RIVER   First up, North and South Dakota’s Lake Oahe. Oahe is monstrous! It’s nearly 230 miles long, and for years, [Read more…]

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This is episode #5 of AnglingBuzz TV 2018.   For the fifth episode of AnglingBuzz TV, we’re talking brown bass, smallmouth, bronzebacks, small jaws, etc. with James Lindner. Populations have been booming for these phenomenal fighters here in ‘Buzz Country over the past decade or so, and the fishing is better now than it’s ever [Read more…]

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Raise your hand if you use chartreuse lures for largemouth bass fishing. Alright, if your hand’s not up, you’re lying! But do you know what’s crazy? According to science, largemouth bass can’t even see chartreuse! Crazy, eh?   ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SCIENTIFIC STUDY ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬   • Study Link — Seeing Red: Color Vision in Largemouth Bass

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