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      Post Do Scents Really Make Sense?

    With over a hundred brands of formulas, gels, lotions, sprays, cremes, gravies and so-called “Fish Attractants” on the market, whether or not to scent your lures can be a very perplexing topic. The first “age old” question I usually get is…Do scents or attractants really work? The answer is…Yes, they do! Now, with that being said, let’s break this topic down a bit and discuss how and why they work so that you can better understand the mechanics. You might even discover that they work in an... [Read More]
    Author:: G._Wayne_Byrd
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      Post Drop Shottin' for Bass

    In this article, I would like to introduce “Drop Shot” fishing to you. Many of you might be aware of the powerful potential of this method, while others may have never tried this technique. Drop shot fishing is one of the best "go to" techniques to use when the bite seems to be a bit slow or the fish are all suspended and will not strike anything else. When reaction baits are not working well, I tend to rely on dropshotting. The drop shot technique will work in stained water, but I find it to... [Read More]
    Author:: G. Wayne Byrd
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      Post Drop Shotting In Depth

    Drop-shotting has been touted as one of the hottest "new" techniques around, but it has been around since the mid 1970s. Drop-shotting has been revived in the last 5 years by Japanese anglers, who started using this technique to catch the bass in their clear, highly pressured lakes, but saltwater anglers, and panfisherman have been using this technique for many years to catch finicky fish suspended off the bottom. In the past few years, tournament anglers have adopted this technique to put hard... [Read More]
    Author:: Steve VonBrandt

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