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Make your lures match the hatch

Many manufactures have lured a lot of fishermen to the sales counter with paint jobs and swimming action, but none has done it better in recent years than LiveTarget lures. The major upside to their new line of swimbaits is that bass love them as much as anglers.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Sample the buffet line

While many bass anglers don’t distinguish between threadfin shad and blueback herring when they refer to the “shad spawn,” knowing the differences between baitfish species could pay off at weigh-in time. Here’s a run-down of what prey species are likely to be sharing water with bass this month:

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Have we left our roots?

In the kayak-fishing industry, most die-hard paddling anglers can trace their roots back about 10 years. The old-school anglers have been around about 15 years, and the true pioneers of the sport may boast 20 years. To put that into perspective, very few of us launched our kayaks to get away from it all to ponder and meditate on the impending doom of Y2K.

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May 14 at 9:00 am
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Bust the bass buffet - Spawning baitfish make for a bass buffet in the Carolinas in May

Every bass fisherman in the Carolinas looks forward to the annual spawn, whether it be smallmouth, largemouth or spotted bass. It’s shallow-water fishing at it’s most challenging and often most rewarding.

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May 01 at 7:00 am
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Run-and-bow?

Many hunters may have, on occasion, considered leaving their scattergun at home to give bowhunting turkeys a try. Of that number, some will drop the idea right away, thinking that bowhunting doesn’t fit their preferred style of turkey hunting.

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April 15 at 7:00 am
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Become a pond paddler

Spring has sprung, which for paddling anglers will means more powerboats of all varieties to contend with.

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April 14 at 9:00 am
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Gobbler draw-down - Add a bow to your spring turkey hunting arsenal

A question that most everyone asks Scott Hammond of Charleston, S.C., when they see him packing up his turkey hunting gear in the parking lot of the Haddrell’s Point tackle shop he manages is, “Where’s your shotgun?”†

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April 01 at 7:00 am
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Power Pole attachment will keep the wind at bay for crappie trollers

Crappie pro Matthew Outlaw said his favorite tactic in any season entails tight- lining combinations of jigs and minnows along channel breaks and over the tops and sides of submerged timber and brush. The majority of the time — especially during the early spring — that exposes him to the wind, which can make tight lining extremely difficult.

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March 15 at 8:00 am
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