Frogging in Fall

By Dustin Wilks When the leaves begin to fall and the bass are biting topwater, what can you use to fish in the leaves, where trebles get snagged and fishing […]

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Rev up the Fast Vibe for Big Bass

Bass fishing with swimming worms is an excellent way to catch big bass. Throughout the spring season as the bass make their shallow-water push, other bulkier presentations can spook the […]

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Early Fall . . . Buggin’ Big Bass to Bite

by Dustin Wilks September brings about the first cooler nights after a long hot summer and bass begin to get a little more active. One of my favorite baits this […]

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Crawfish Tricks for Late Summer Bass

Think of hot summer and fishermen think deep water. Deep may have been preferred just a few weeks prior to August in much of the south, but a combination of […]

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HOT Summer Dynamite for Big Bass

The Culprit T-Rex worm was actually designed by me long ago and has been around quite a while now. I wanted a finesse-style worm, but with more bulk for better […]

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Big Worms for Big Summer Bass

The summer months have long been the time for worm fishing and, specifically, it is the best time for the larger worms that Culprit offers. Summer bass are hungry and […]

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Late or Post Spawn in the Fast Lane

May is here and fish are mostly out of their spawning funk and beginning to actively feed. The Culprit Fast Vibe fills a couple of niche situations that anglers encounter. […]

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No April fooling . . . Three Solid Techniques for Jerk Baits

During April, if there was junk food for bass, it would be the Culprit Skinny Jerk. Taunting “eat me” with every twitch of the rod, the Skinny Jerk was made […]

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The Forgotten March Technique

Imagine this for a minute….the weather is warming, spring is in the air, and the fish will be biting. You’ve dreamt all week of going fishing and slamming some fish […]

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Feb’s a Flutter

If you live in the South, February is the month of the year with the most variables. For those who live up north, you can still be ice skating, but […]

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