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Minnetonka Bass Classic

Lake Minnetonka, Mound, MN This was my first time fishing the Minnetonka Classic and was really eager to finally be able to get out and test myself against the lake this time of year. After having a pretty good finish

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Denny’s Super 30

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN Man have I been busy! Sorry about the length in my last post but I’ve been fishing from sun up to sun down almost everyday! I have two big tournaments back to back on Lake Minnetonka,

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Navionics Apps Now Available in HD for iPad

The top-selling marine and lake apps in the world just got BIGGER! Enjoy the clearest and most detailed marine and lake charts on you iPad! Apps now optimized in HD – with sensational hi-resolution graphics for the ultimate user experiance!

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Mississippi River Pool 2, St. Paul Park, MN Pool 2 of the Mississippi River is easily becoming one of my favorite bodies of water, which is nice considering the boat ramp isn’t but 15 minutes from my front door. This

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Speed Up or Slow Down?

The title of this entry is something I as a tournament angler fight with almost every time I’m on the water. Throw fast moving reaction baits or slow it down and go with more of a methodical approach? This is

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Dick Hiley St. Jude Tournament

Mississippi River Pools 4 & 5, Wabasha, MN This past weekend marks the second time I competed in the annual St. Jude Bass Tournament held on the Mississippi River in Wabasha, MN. An annual fundraiser tournament that in my opinion,

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series

Grand Lake, Martin’s Landing, OK I was pretty confident when I arrived at registration. I had my boat all ready to rock and relined all my rods and really felt I had a solid game plan for the tournament. I

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Bassmaster Weekend Series Practice, Grand Lake, OK

You have no idea how excited I was to get out of Minnesota and head down to one of my favorite bodies of water, Grand Lake, in Northeastern Oklahoma. Joining me for this trip was my Dad Kenny, who made

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Shaking Off the Cobwebs!

First off, I’d like to thank the good Lord for the early spring season as winter is long gone! The best part is, this weeks most recent warm spell pushed 70 degree weather into the Twin Cities and opened all

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Tackle Update: Navionics

With the MN Sport Show rolling in for their annual visit, I got to man the Navionics booth for the past three days and educate all the fisherman on the advantages of using these lake map cards to hunt trophy

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Pimp my Ride

At last, Spring is officially here! Up here in the Northern US it doesn’t exactly feel like Spring but I’m not complaining either. In fact, it could be much worse. We haven’t seen snow fall at all in March and

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Peter Perovich for Minnesota Senate

If you know me well, you probably know my take on politics. For those that don’t, let me give you the very quick run down. I don’t side completely with any one party, in fact, I think it’s a bit

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el Lago de Falcon, Zapata, Tejas

Man, what a lake! Falcon is no joke and either is the size of the fish that inhabits this 80,000+ acres of ridiculously good looking water. For those who have never been, imagine flooding a national forest and calling it

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From Smallies to LARGIES, Literally!

Being that I’ve been a worthless pile the last week because of my upcoming trip to both Lake Falcon and Fork, I decided I had to get out one last time and do some much needed smallmouth fishing before our

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Tricks of the Trade – Swim Jigs 101

There are all sorts of different lures on the market, all offering different styles and actions, promising extraordinary results. One of these baits is the swim jig, the spinnerbait with no blades. At first glance there’s really not much to

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Vamos Pesca de la Lubina en el Lago Falcon!

Yeah, that’s right! If your not up to date on your espanol than I’m sure you’ll understand this, We’re going bass fishing on Lake Falcon! The mecca of giant 10+ pound largemouths located on the Texas and Mexico border. In

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Sights Set on 2010!

With only hours remaining in 2009, I can’t help but look back at this past year and reflect on both the good and the bad times. Economic times of our sport have been tough, but being a “glass half full”

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Record Breaking Christmas from Minnesota!

It’s almost unbelievable how quickly things can change. My original plan for Christmas Eve was set to be a perfect one. I was going to be headed to one of my favorite winter fishing holes to tug on some brute

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Lights, Camera, Action!

My excitement level is already through the roof with the upcoming 2010 tournament season. First off, I’m ecstatic about my new relationship with one of the most influential tackle developers to date, Tru Tungsten and the rest of Fish Harder

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Tackle Update: L.S.D. Designs

Things have been great! First off, the weather around here has been more than terrific. Being that we’re just days away from December and I live in Minnesota, yet there’s not a single speck of snow in the whole state.

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Tricks of the Trade – Autumn Small River Smallies

Fall is quickly turning into one of my favorite times of year. As the weather forecasts shift, bringing in cool temps and cold rains, our northern waters start to go through a rather dramatic change. The biggest change that occurs

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What Lies Ahead?

With the tournament season all wrapped up and winter just right around the corner, I find myself wasting no time preparing for what lies ahead in 2010. My plans are to step it up and really concentrate on tournaments that

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To My Loving Family

With the tournament season starting to wrap up for the year, I think back to all the ups and downs I’ve had throughout the past seven months. Some where real good and others not so good, either way they where

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American Legacy Fishing Company

Last Saturday, I was paired with Adam Daywalt for the final day of the Bassmaster Weekend Series Regional Qualifier. Even though the fishing wasn’t great, the conversation through out the day made up for it. This guy’s just as big

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Regional Championship

Old Hickory Lake, Hendersonville, TN My anticipation for this event was through the roof. Being that both my wife Bri and I want to move to Tennessee, it made this trip all the more special. Bri was even dedicated in

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Brant Brothers Claim Top Spot!

Generally here at Josh Douglas Fishing I don’t go to far out of my way to promote other anglers, it kind of defeats the overall purpose of a self promotion website. With that said I have always prided myself on

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Denny’s Super 30 Shootout

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN I hurried home from the river with just enough time to line up a few rods, get some baits prepared and get ready to take to Tonka for the year end Denny’s Super 30 Shootout. After

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Mississippi River Pools 3, 4 & 5, Alma, WI It was important going into this event for me to have a strong showing. There’s multiple reasons for this, one being that because I missed the last tournament out of LaCrosse

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Denny’s Super 30

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN The pressure was really on for this tournament largely because it was the 5th and final Super 30 of the year, with the exception being the top 12 in the AOY race will get to go

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Silverado Pro Am Bass Tour

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN I’ve been really excited about this tournament for some time now, that I did everything imaginable to get ready for it. I found time to practice and put in hard work 8 of the past 14

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Lake Minnetonka, Twin Cities, MN Tonka, Tonka, Tonka. In the next couple of weeks, I could be competing in four different derbies that will combine for a total first place earnings at 70 grand, all of which are being held

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Denny’s Super 30

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN After a rough finish at Saturday’s Silverado tournament at Lake Minnewaska, I was anxious to get out on Tonka and get that bad taste out of my mouth. Pairing up for this tournament was my buddy

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Silverado Pro Am Bass Tour

Lake Minnewaska, Starbuck, MN This whole tournament was a challenge for me literally from start to finish. Two weeks prior to the actual tournament I put aside a couple days to get out there and practice. Being that I had

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Japan to Hold New World Record Honors?

I’ve waited a few weeks to post about this topic but as more time goes by it seems all things are legit and George Perry’s tanker 22.4 lb. largemouth bass that held the world record for the past 77 years

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Mississippi River Pools 9 & 10, Prairie Du Chien, WI What a tournament. Literally from the beginning of practice this was a grind it out type of event. The venue was the Mississippi River Pools 9 and 10, which borders

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Silverado Pro Am Bass Tour

Le Homme Dieu Chain, Alexandria, MN Today was the second stop of the Silverado Tour held on the Le Homme Dieu Chain, in Northwestern Minnesota. After a solid sixth place finish here last year in the BASSMASTER Weekend Series event,

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Mississippi River Pools 3 – 5, Alma, WI After winning the first event of the 2009 BASSMASTER Weekend Series last month, I was more than stoked to get back on the Mighty Miss and attempt to go back to back.

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Tackle Update: Super K Swim JIgs

Over the last two years swim jigs have become a staple for me on waters in both Wisconsin and Minnesota. Known largely for it’s effectiveness on river systems, I’ve found it to be equally productive on our lakes as well.

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Denny’s Super 30

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN Today was the second tournament of the Denny’s Super 30, held on Lake Minnetonka. This is a team format tournament, which consists of Myself, Ryan Brant and Corey Brant. Being that we all are in other

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Denny’s Wednesday Nighter

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN Tonight’s tournament was the second time I’ve been on Tonka this season. With other tourneys I haven’t even been able to get out on one of my all time favorite bodies of water. The sad thing

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Silverado Pro Am Bass Tour

Green Lake, Spicer, MN Today was the first stop of the 2009 Silverado Pro Tour. For the past few years I have been looking forward to being apart of this tour as it’s probably the top tournament circuit in the

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Mississippi River pools 3 – 5, Hager City, WI Today was the first stop of the 2009 Bassmaster Weekend Series MN/WI Division. After finishing second last year in the Angler of the Year points, I was more than eager to

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Mississippi River Pool 2, St. Paul Park, MN Today was the first tournament of the year with the Gopher Bassmasters. In practice I was finding largemouths in much of the river’s backwater areas. Catching wasn’t much of a problem, with

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Okoboji Open

Lake Okoboji, Spirit Lake, IA Finally the first tournament of the 2009 season! The forecast called for higher temps in the mid 60’s along with plenty of sun. Ryan and I got on the water early on Saturday and started

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Setting Sights on Okoboji

This weekend I will be heading down to Iowa to compete in this year’s Okoboji Open, an annual team tournament held on Lake Okoboji. Teaming up with me for this event is my good buddy Ryan Brant. Being that neither

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Grand Lake, Vinita, Oklahoma

I recently got home from a trip to Oklahoma’s, Grand Lake. This was my third time there in the past three years and I have to admit my expectations where real high. Every trip I take to this lake seems

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Headed for Open Water!!!

Finally it’s time! I’ll soon be headed south for Oklahoma’s well known, Grand Lake. I have been doing a lot of homework in preparation and am really liking what I’m learning. I’ve been to Grand the past two seasons and

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Tricks of the Trade – Jig Tying 101

Anyone who knows me at all, knows that I’m a die hard jig fanatic. Any jig really, flippin’ jigs, football jigs, finesse jigs, tube jigs, swimming jigs, whatever, there all awesome. Plain and simple they’re big fish baits and I’ll

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Tackle Update: Gearing Up for the 2009 Tournament Season – Part 2

In the next few weeks I’ll be headed South to Oklahoma’s, Grand Lake. With the bass season closed in Minnesota I’ve been just itching to get out and stick some six pounders right in the lips. Lately, in an attempt

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Tackle Update: Gearing Up for the 2009 Tournament Season – Part 1

With the start to the upcoming tournament season right around the corner, I have been staying real busy preparing tackle and stocking up on the baits and equipment I know will be needed through out the year. I’ve been going

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Skeet Reese is the 2009 Bassmaster Classic Champion!!

As most of you already know, California’s Skeet Reese won the most prestigious title in bass fishing, the Bassmaster Classic. The Red River proved to be an excellent fishery, but it wasn’t easy. The 51 anglers in this competition all

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Gearing up for the BASSMASTER Classic!

The top 51 bass anglers along with Louisiana’s Red River are getting ready to throw down this weekend at the BASSMASTER Classic. The Classic in my mind is the most prestigious bass tournament available. We’re talking about the best going

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Tackle Update: Tacklesmith.com Introduces their New Tungsten Football Jig

I’m really excited about the new products that have recently been added to the Tacklesmith line of products. www.Tacklesmith.com is a tackle distributor that only sells non lead based lures. They carry companies like Tru Tungsten, Keitech, Zappu Inchi, and

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Welcoming Home the Newest Member of the House, Kigen

Finally! He’s here. Last Monday, Bri and I picked up our new puppy, a 9 week old rottweiler named Kigen. Kigen is awesome! He’s been adjusting great. Bri has got him on an all raw meat diet. Something that is

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Slinging Grubs for Schooling Smallies

With day time highs not breaking zero degrees and night time lows hovering around – 30, the only thing I’ve had on my mind is fishing. When the forecast showed a few days of almost 30 degree weather, I instantly

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Schooled by Denny Brauer

With the day time high floating around 15 degrees, Rich Lindgren and I decided to head over to Warner’s Dock in Wisconsin for a seminar by the BASSMASTER legend, Denny Brauer. Denny has always been a role model of mine,

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Tackle Update: Introducing the Shimano Chronarch D

I am proud to inform that Shimano has set a date this upcoming March to release the new Shimano Chronarch D. Being that I’m a die hard Shimano junkie, this has got me trying to think of the many reasons

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Out with the Old and In with the New

Only a day away until we look back at 2008 and look ahead to 2009. I for one am really looking forward to the New Year. As you can now see the new version of JoshDouglasFishing.com is up and ready

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All I Want for Christmas is the Chance to GO FISHING!

First off I need to apologize for the lengthy amount of time since my last blog entry. I usually am a lot better at keeping up. This is the time of year for me to catch up with some things

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Tennessee Valley Adventures

Kentucky & Barkley Lakes, KY, TN On a recent trip to Kentucky Lake, I got the honor of meeting Mr. Randy Nichols and his wife Nora, owners of Tennessee Valley Adventures. My wife Bri, my dog Madison, and myself got

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Chasing Fall Time – Small River Smallies

With my tournament season slowing down for the winter, I have had a lot more time do get out and do some fun fishing, chasing Minnesota’s smallmouth bass. This time of year the smallmouth action can be at it’s best

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Regional Championship

Kentucky Lake, Kentucky Dam Village, KY Kentucky Lake. I have dreamed of fishing this lake since I was a little kid. So it should be more than obvious that I was extremely eager to get to Kentucky and start practicing

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series State Championship

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN Finally it’s here. When I saw this tournament on the 2008 schedule, it ended up being the deciding factor for fishing this entire series. The weather has been starting to change over from summer to fall.

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Gopher Bass Fall Classic

Lake Waconia, Waconia, MN I have been looking forward to this year’s Fall Classic for quite a while now. It’s a true “just for fun” tournament, that has absolutely no meaning except pure bragging rights and of course a few

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Kairo Douglas: 9/17/2003 – 9/5/2008

Kairo Douglas9/17/2003 – 9/5/2008 The Rainbow Bridge When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run

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MN B.A.S.S Fedration Championship

Mississippi River Pools 4 & 5, Wabasha, MN I have been anxiously awaiting the start of the Minnesota B.A.S.S. Federation T.O.C. since I saw that it was picked to take place at the Mississippi River, over a year ago. I

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Lake Vermillion , Cook, MN My wife Bri and I, as well as the two dogs, Kairo and Madison, headed up north for a semi relaxing week. Bri’s family has a cabin in the McGregor area and the lake is

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Life Can Deal Some Pretty Tough Blows

It’s been a little while since my last entry, due to the lack of fishing. My wife Bri and I, were delivered some horrible news that our four year old rottweiler Kairo has what vets believe to be a type

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Pokegama Lake, Grand Rapids, MN Pokegama is a great lake that is quickly becoming one of my favorite bodies of water to fish. There’s a lot of different reasons for this, but mostly I love the diversity that it offers

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN Today was the sixth tournament in the Gopher Bassmasters season, held again on Lake Minnetonka. I was lucky enough to draw boat number one and headed right for a nice deep hard bottom spot. I figured

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Lake Minnetonka, Mound, MN I was very excited to wake up this morning and head out to one of my favorite lakes, Minnetonka, for a Gopher Bassmasters Club Tournament. I spend a considerable amount of my time out here and

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Whitefish Chain, Cross Lake, MN Tournament two of the BASSMASTER Weekend Series, held at the Whitefish Chain, in Cross lake, MN, is finally upon us. There was over a month gap between the first and second tournament and I was

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Five Alive Tour

Green Lake, Isanti County, MN Today was our second Five Alive event held at Green Lake, in Isanti County. Neither Ryan and I had time to prefish for this tournament and since neither one of us had ever fished the

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Pan-O-Prag Bass Tournament

Lake Marion, Lakeville, MN This was my first year participating in the annual Pan-O-Prag Bass Tournament, held on Lake Marion, in Lakeville, MN. Marion is a small lake located just South of the Twin Cities, right off 35W. Even though

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Denny’s Wednesday Nighter

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN Tonight was the second tournament of the Denny’s Wednesday Nighters, held on Lake Minnetonka. Ryan and I were real eager to launch and get this tournament under way. I still had a horrible taste in my

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Five Alive Tour

North & South Center Lakes, Lindstrom, MN Lately things have been a little chaotic for me. I have a lot of tournaments coming up but luckily for me, most are team tournaments. I recently found out that I am going

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Denny’s Wednesday Nighter

Lake Minnetonka, Wayzata, MN Today started the first tournament of the Denny’s Wednesday Nighters, held on the one and only, Lake Minnetonka. Also referred to as “Tonka”, this lake is known for it’s trophy largemouth bass and also has a

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Green Lake, Spicer, MN Every fisherman has a bad outing on occasion and finds themselves saying “the fish just weren’t biting today”. I have never agreed with that way of thinking. In actuality, the fish are always biting somewhere on

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Lake Koronis, Paynesville, MN Today was the third tournament of the year held at Lake Koronis, in Paynesville, MN. Koronis has an excellent population of both largemouth and smallmouth bass. After take off I headed straight for some main lake

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Tackle Update: Shimano Steps Up Again!

Anyone who knows me is well aware that when it comes to reels there is only one brand in my opinion, Shimano. I have a great assortment of these reels both oldies and newbies. I am very excited to inform

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So Many Tournaments, So Little Time

I have been real busy lately to say the least. Between guide trips, preparing for tournaments, and tourneys themselves, I have spent some serious time out on the water. The good thing is, there’s no other place I’d rather be,

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series Tournament

Le Homme Dieu Chain, Alexandria, MN Today was the Start of the BASSMASTER Weekend Series, put on by B.A.S.S. and ABA. This is the first of five events with a guaranteed five grand payout for first. I was also able

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BASSMASTER Weekend Series – Le Homme Dieu Chain Practice

I made it up to the Le Homme Dieu Chain in Alexandria, MN. Being that I had never fished this chain before, I put in a lot of extra preparation and research. I knew who and what weights had won

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Minnesota Bass Opener – Big Bag Challenge

Minnesota Bass Opener 20+ Challenge, MN Opening Weekend Celebration Challenge, Minnesota Opener Big Bass Challenge, these were just some of the many names that buddy Rich Lindgren and I came up with for the prestigious title to our day on

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Mobile Marine Pros "Servicing All Your Boating Needs"

As you may have read on an earlier post I had an unfortunate run in with a wing dam on the Mississippi River earlier in the month fishing the St. Jude Bass Classic. It was obvious the prop was shot

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Deer Lake, St. Croix Falls, WI Ahh….Good ol’ Deer Lake. Let’s just say that I had zero confidence going into this tournament. I had prefished this lake twice and had really no problem catching fish, the problem was catching one

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Gopher B.A.S.S. Federation Club Tournament

Bone Lake, Luck, WI Today was the first tournament of the 2008 Gopher Bassmaster B.A.S.S. Federation season. Our first tournament was held on Bone Lake in Luck, WI. Bone is known for it’s excellent muskie fishing but also has a

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10th Annual St. Jude Bass Classic – Day 2

Mississippi River Pool 4 & 5, Wabasha, MN After making all the wrong decisions on Day One of the tournament, Ryan and I decided we would let the weather dictate our pattern for Sunday. If the wind would allow us

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10th Annual St. Jude Bass Classic – Day 1

Mississippi River Pools 4 & 5, Wabasha, MN Talk about a weekend to put behind me. I woke up real early on Friday morning to get down to Wabasha by 6 am and awoke to temps in the mid 30’s

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Practicing for the St. Jude Bass Classic

Mississippi River Pool 4 & 5, Wabasha, MN This weekend was an interesting one to say the least. On May 3rd and 4th, I will be fishing with Ryan Brant in the 10th Annual St. Jude Bass Classic, held on

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Grand Lake, Vinita, Oklahoma

Quality over quantity ended up being my theme this year on Grand Lake in Northeastern Oklahoma. Last year it was the exact opposite, lots of fish but no size to them. The weather this week was going to be anything

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Preparing for the Pre Season at Grand Lake, Oklahoma

Now we’re talking! Tomorrow I leave for Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees, just outside Tulsa, Oklahoma. This is my pre season for what is to come of a pretty hectic tournament season. My good friend Matt and I are meeting

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Fishing for an Excellent Cause, The St. Jude Foundation

During the weekend of May 3rd and 4th, I will be fishing in the 10th Anniversary Dick Hiley St. Jude Bass Classic. This two day event takes place on the Mississippi River pools 4 and 5, in Wabasha, MN. I

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Tackle Update: Stocking up for ’08

Now that the 2007 season is all said and done, it is time to start planning and preparing for the upcoming tournament season. There is a lot of different things that I can do now so that when it’s time

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A Weekend of Fishing and Watching the BASSMASTER CLASSIC!!

With the weather starting to show small signs of Spring, I got one last opportunity to get out and catch some smallies! Today is the last day of the fishing season here in Minnesota. Since bass season won’t be reopening

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Give It Up for the 2008 BASSMASTER Classic Qualifiers from Minnesota

In just two very short weeks, the 2008 BASSMASTER Classic will be kicking off at South Carolina’s, Lake Hartwell. Among the 50 star studded anglers that will be competing are two from my home state of Minnesota, Derek Remitz and

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Smallmouths Curing my Spring Fever

It has been a miserable couple of weeks since my last bass outing entry. The weather has been awful for a die hard fish lipper such as myself. It has just been brutally cold. So cold to where it is

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Tackle Update: Amp Lures

Since the weather is so brutally cold around here. 0 degrees. I think that says enough. I thought it is time to add a tackle update to the blog. Today I received some new crankbaits by Amp Lures in the

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One More Time Before the Real Cold Comes Back

My buddy Matt and I decided we just had to get out one more time before the weather hits single digits again across Minnesota. We left the Twin Cities and the temp was 30 degrees. When we arrived to our

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2008 Gopher Bassmasters Tournament Schedule

MN B.A.S.S. Federation Club Last night my fellow Gopher Bassmasters had our monthly Federation club meeting. This particular meeting was set for us to layout our 2008 tournament schedule. I am very excited with the lakes that were chosen for

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