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Mister Twister’s New Line of Soft Plastics for Bass

Growing up, I spent most of my spare time wading the Scioto River for smallmouth bass. One of my go to lures was a Mister Twister Curly Tail Grub, rigged on a Round Jighead. Tossing that subtle rig into the current and slow rolling it through the riffles was a guaranteed way to catch those river

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Ohio Bass Blog is Back!

It’s been a while since I last blogged. My wife and I had our first child three months ago, a little girl named Tinsley, and to say I’ve been busy is an understatement! I never thought that anything could pull me away from wanting to be on the water, chasing bass. As it turns out,

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Tips for Cranking Nonemergent Grass and Lily Pads

Spring is a great time to pick up a crankbait and work it through the grass and lily pads before they get too thick.  I recently re-read an article I wrote for FLW Bass magazine where I interviewed Ohio tournament angler Curt Fiessinger about cranking nonemergent grass and lily pads.  Fiessinger had used the technique to target

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Catch and Release in Ohio – Signs of Success

Many scientific studies have been conducted to evaluate the survival rate of bass that are caught and then released at the conclusion of bass tournaments.  Because many environmental factors can come into play (water temperature, how the fish are handled and cared for by the anglers, and the weigh-in methods used by the tournament organization), the survival

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Clear Fork Reservoir ON FIRE!

If you think the 27.60 pound limit weighed in last weekend on Clear Fork Reservoir was a fluke, you’re wrong. Check out these HAWGS that were taken over the last few days. First up is Steve Holsinger, who got this pair of sevens on Tuesday.  They went 7.05 and 7.34, respectively. He estimates his best five would have gone a

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