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I'm taking my career to the next level this year and looking forward to a full tour schedule in 2013. We're going to be covering a lot of water along the western trails and making my share of road-trips. You can follow me on tour by checking out my Tournament Trail page with my 2013 schedule and results as they come in. Check back often and I hope to see you out on the water.
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Electrocution blamed in Brooksville fisherman's death
BROOKSVILLE — As the afternoon wind blew, the gold spoon twisted and the bright yellowish-green chartreuse fluttered like long, flowing blond hair. By Monday, the bass fishing lure hanging from the power line was all that remained of the tragedy. It told a story.
So, you’re a serious tournament Bass Angler and you have your sights set on the U.S. Open? Here are some tips for planning a full tactical assault on the elusive Bass.
Search the internet for the results of past tournaments held at the same lake. In this case, Lake Mead, outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. Take note of the winning lures or presentations, any productive areas mentioned, as well as what weights were needed to win. For the best results, look up results for the same time of year as well. This information can prove to be very valuable, as we know that history often repeats itself in relation to bass activity.
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