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Check the leader boards in striped bass tournaments in the Northeast, and you are likely to see “John Frione” listed high in the standings.
A striped bass specialist, who also counts coup on fluke, blackfish and bluefish throughout the season, Frione has recorded three stripers over 50 pounds and two more at 49 along with his winning t...
Jared Lintner teams the right tools with knowledge, practice and three Uncle Josh MEAT trailers to coax big bass from docks and heavy cover. Follow his seven guidelines to flipping and pitching success!
Jared Lintner knows a thing or two about both big bass and flipping/pitching technique. His home waters of Clear Lake and the California Delta are...
What’s a “Porker?”
The Porker is a sleeper bait for big, big bass and one of the best kept secrets of the bass fishing world!
It has stayed under the radar for the simple reason that we’ve all fallen in love with the colors, designs and ease of use that soft plastic baits offer. But it is time to find out what you’ve...
Guide Jerry Bean dials in deepwater crappie on Arkansas’ ultra-clear Lake Ouachita with match-the-hatch Kalin’s grub colors and attention to the fine points of light line jigging!
Crappie have a lot of room to roam on deep clear lakes like Arkansas’s Lake Ouachita.
The late spring of the 2013 season found crappie clinging to co...
North Carolina crappie expert Monk Wilson has fine-tuned the art of crappie trolling! Here he singles out his four favorite Kalin’s grubs and tells why they excel in long-line and tightline trolling.
The old "flannel shirt and rowboat" cult may stick by its claim that nothing catches crappie like a live minnow.
But put a crappie trolling ex...
Cold water bass fishing calls for slow-down tactics. That’s when jig and MEAT trailer combinations come into their own!
For generations, jig and “pig” (a.k.a “pork trailer”) combinations have pried sluggish bass from their coldwater stupor.
But today four jig trailers in the Uncle Josh MEAT line of product -- t...
Thank this Bassmaster Elite pro for two of the hottest additions to the Uncle Josh MEAT line-up -- the Uncle Josh Pork MEAT TW Bubba and Uncle Josh Pork MEAT TW CrawFrog.
Jared Lintner admits that, when it came to jig trailers, he was beginning to succumb to the “plastic habit.”
“Yeah, I was guilty,” he said. “But I ...
The Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open on Douglas Lake was my first opportunity to cast for bass in 2013. I drove down to the Tennessee reservoir from southern Ohio, knowing that the event was likely to be dominated by the Alabama Rig.
That’s what happened the week before during a PAA tournament at Douglas. The continuing cold weather a...
Pick a “lean” pork and jig combo when water temps slow bass activity to a crawl!
The advantages of natural pork bait over plastic jig trailers can be dramatic once water temperatures dip into the low 40s and below, particularly if you select specific jig and pork trailer options tailored to the task!
Early spring…late fall&hell...
Catch ‘em high. Catch ‘em low. North Carolina crappie guru Monk Wilson outlines the trolling techniques and Kalin’s lures that he uses to take “specks” in early spring.
Millions of American anglers live for the hot crappie bite of spring.
But until crappie settle into conspicuous bedding areas for the spawn, the shif...