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Evening Secret Blog – Fishing Rods – The Weapon Of Choice For All Good Anglers

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With more and more great companies producing great fishing rods today, finding the right rod for you could easily be a daunting task to say the least. While you will have to take into account the type of fishing you plan on doing, there are many different rods that you can purchase to do the job. While we all know that ice fishing rods would not be practical for bass fishing on a lake in the spring or fall, so too would the impracticality of using a deep sea rod for a cold February day in an ice…


General Bass Fishing Forum
I’m just curious. We have all read an article here and there on weather and fishing, and I’m not asking about weather conditions vs. good bite. I’m just wondering if those silly graphs on weather.com that show active fishing periods throughout the day are

Bass fishing legend fishes in Bryan County
While it may have been 60- plus years ago, bass fishing legend Bill Dance remembers the first fish he ever caught. Helped by tips from his grandfather, the then 7-year-old landed a bass. “I threw a jitterbug. It landed about 20 feet from two bass.

New Guard: Pro Bass Fishing Seeing New Faces, Ideas Coming To The Sport
Professional fishing is a sport undergoing evolution…again. Call it ProBass 4.0. The fourth generation. It brings about another comparison between NASCAR and the major professional fishing circuits that are today BASS, FLW and the Professional Anglers

History of Bass Fishing – Plastic Worms
Ray Scott’s first-ever bass tournament in June of 1967 on Beaver Lake, Arkansas was less than a minute old when a young Bill Dance raced across a small cove, killed his 60 hp outboard motor and picked up a blue, Texas rigged plastic Fliptail Worm and

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Written by eveningsecret

May 19, 2014 at 3:00 pm

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