Ever sit in the boat wondering where to go next? Here are three areas guaranteed to hold bass during late summer.

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Mitch Looper is a legend for catching giant bass at night, and most of his fishing is at local lakes within 100 miles of his Arkansas home. Here are Looper's top eight tips to make your night fishing more productive.

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Two-time Bassmaster Classic winner Bobby Murray shows you how to get the most out of the original square lip crankbait, the Cotton Cordell Big O.

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Summer School

June 27, 2014

Alice Cooper’s classic rock anthem “School’s Out” always takes me back to my younger days, but for me it meant more than a few months of freedom. Each summer I left the brick-and-mortar school behind, but actively sought out other schools – schools of fish!

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The steady gurgle of a Jitterbug can lull you into a daze, but don’t let that happen. Night bites on topwater plugs occur with zero warning, sometimes right at the boat, and they tend to be violent. Don’t let that scare you away, just don’t get too relaxed. There’s something truly thrilling about casting by the light of the moon (or into total darkness), fishing by sound and feel, and being at least somewhat startled by every strike.

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0 Comments | Posted in Bass Fishing Tips By Lurenet

Tidal experts Terry “Big Show” Scroggins and Cliff Prince break down tidal river systems and explain how to find and catch bass. The good thing about tidal rivers is that they tend to be fertile and full of fat bass, often yielding fast action. The bad thing is that the same systems are extremely complex, and sometimes it can seem like no one is home. With both notions in mind, we tapped into the expertise of B.A.S.S. Elite Pros Cliff Prince and Terry “Big Show” Scroggins. Both live near the St. Johns River in northeastern Florida and consider the river’s tidal section their home waters.        

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0 Comments | Posted in Bass Fishing Tips By Lurenet

Zell Rowland was among the first professional bass anglers to grasp the unique characteristics of the Rebel Pop-R, a lure that emerged from obscurity and near obsolescence to take its place as perhaps the best topwater lure of all time. It's hard for me to pick out my best memories with the Rebel Pop R because it has created so many of them for me. Most people associate me so closely with the Pop-R that, even if I catch my bass on a jig during a tournament, they still think I caught them on a Pop-R.

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1 Comments | Posted in Bass Fishing Tips By Lurenet

The lure company named “Arbogast” is rarely seen in the results columns of modern tournament winners. Yet, at a time not too long ago, that name stood among the top of all popular lures. I was reminded of this recently while watching one of the Bill Dance TV shows when Bill stated he caught his first lunker bass—all of two pounds—while fishing with his grandfather in a Middle Tennessee pond. What topwater lure brought this “monster” to the net? If you are over fifty, you probably guessed right….the famous Jitterbug!

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David Dudley loves catching bass on ledges – just like many other anglers. Guided by modern electronics and a nose for the sweet spots, he's pretty good at this game – just like many other anglers. That's no knock to the FLW Tour pro from Lynchburg, Va.; it's just a statement of reality that provides the basis for an effective premise Dudley follows to keep himself in the hunt. Simply put, even the hottest of ledge bites eventually cools, but savvy anglers can keep the show going by knowing when and how to adjust.

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0 Comments | Posted in Bass Fishing Tips By Lurenet

A single glance made me almost certain that the Bomber 13A would be a fine trout producer. I already knew the 13A’s slightly larger cousin, the 14A, to have an outstanding action for enticing trout. First cast in a real stream confirmed the bait to swim the way that I had hoped. Third cast brought the more important confirmation in the form of a fat rainbow.

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