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Going Craw Deep

Going Craw Deep Summer has set in, and to us anglers that means strategies and approach needs to change…again!  But hey, that’s why we fish right?  No one said it […]

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The New Culprit Incredi-Bug

When designing the Culprit Incredi-bug, we focus on a couple of key points; bulk and being specific with the action. First, We wanted Bulk! We all know how effective a jig […]

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May Bass Fishing

Bass Fishing in May depends on the weather and what the fish did in April.  For the most part, the bass have finished the majority of their spawning and are […]

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Culprit offers Feature-rich 5” Incredi-Swim Lure

The Culprit 5” Incredi-Swim’s oval shape avoids twisting in the fish’s mouth resulting in more positive hook sets. The rings reduce friction in and out of cover and help slip […]

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Think Shad to find Bass in November

November is one of the best months to fish. This is when you really start to see some fat fish. The water is cooling, but the feeding is picking up, […]

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Be Ready to Adjust with the September Winds of Change

It’s right around Labor Day that many of you will start to see the beginning of some major changes in your favorite bass fisheries. The lakes and rivers turn over […]

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Increase your odds this August by fishing for Smallmouth Bass

Stay inside and wait till October…just kidding. While August can be tough and hot in the South, the fishing up North is awesome. The fish have finished spawning and feeding […]

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Target Mature Vegetation to find Bass in July

If you were to take the average growth cycle of aquatic vegetation nationally, you’d find that most of the grass/ weeds in your favorite lakes, rivers, and ponds are topped […]

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Big Baits Shine in June

In all of the country (except for the far north), JUNE brings the beginning of Summer and the end of the spawning phase for bass. Bass are looking to recover, […]

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Two Bass Fishing Strategies that make each May Day a Heyday

Many of the bass around the country are post spawn in May or at least approaching the tail end of the spawn. This means that you have to change gears […]

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Choose Lures According to Water Color

For much of the country, April is without a doubt the best month for soft plastics. Because many fish are shallow, they become territorial and protective. You will find slow […]

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Contrast is a Great Answer for Finicky Bedding Bass

It’s coming up on that time of year when the bass will be setting up on beds.  Some of you that reside in Southern states may already be experiencing this […]

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RipTide Mullet for Stripers

The 4 inch and 5 inch Riptide Mullet for Stripers have been a very effective bait for me during the fall striped bass migration for several years. I use these […]

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Productive Fishing in February

February can bring on one of the most exciting and challenging times of the year to fish. Fish are no doubt on the move, the weather is all over the […]

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Two Rigging Setups to Have on Board This Winter

A winter bass fishing day could be a tricky thing to prepare for if you don’t have a lot of experience doing so.  Anglers are always challenged with how to […]

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All About Lure Color

Looking at the Original Culprit Worm lure color chart can be intimidating. I attempted to count them all, but was overwhelmed at the vast color selection. Have I tried them […]

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Use a Swim Jig in the Late Summer and Early Fall

A well-dressed swim jig is an extremely versatile tool in bass fishing. It’s very effective when bass are in a “little bit of everything” mood. It seems like the late […]

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Worms Don’t Just Imitate Worms

If you’re a seasoned bass fisherman, then this lesson may initially make you feel like Bill Gates taking a beginner class on Windows 95. But the lesson is deeper than […]

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