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Another Giant Bass Caught on Texas’ O.H. Ivie

What a crazy week for fishing in Texas! In particular, what a stretch for O.H. Ivie! After a week that saw Brodey Davis land the largest bass caught in the Lonestar State in thirty years – a catch that overshadowed quite a few incredible double-digit catches in their own right – Ivie strikes it hot …

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Arkansas Receives Additional Funding to Control Invasive Carp Population

In a press release earlier this week, it was announced that the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission received approval for additional funding to help control the growing invasive carp population in the state. A $70,000 budget increase will allow for the purchase and outfitting of two specialized crafts. Crews on these crafts will be charged …

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North Carolina Sees Yet Another Catfish State Record Broken

It’s become a bit of a running joke that every few weeks, North Carolina is going to see a new state record catfish. While that is obviously an embellishment, the Tarheel State has produced more than its fair share of record over the past twenty months. During the height of the 2020 pandemic, anglers broke …

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Black Crappie vs. White Crappie: How to Tell the Difference

Black Crappie vs. White Crappie: How to Tell the Difference When it comes to crappie, many anglers tend to believe that they are all the same species. For the most part, crappie tend to look similar. That said, there are two primary species of crappie found across the United States that most people catch. For …

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Skirted Jigs: A Go-To in Almost Any Water Conditions

Skirted Jigs: A Go-To in Almost Any Water Conditions If I had to choose one lure that offered the best chance of success no matter the season no matter the water conditions it would be the jig and trailer. From early spring, throughout the summer into the late fall, the jig, either swimming style or …

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