Archive for April, 2014

Guntersville’s great mystery

April 24, 2014 7:57 am
GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. -- Largemouth bass in Lake Guntersville just might be some of the most prolific bass in the world. How one fishery continues to pump out so many bass under the duress of so much fishing pressure is a mystery that many bass pros have pondered.

FLW Podcast Episode 25

April 23, 2014 1:43 pm
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In Episode 25, hosts Joe Opager and Jody White review the Walmart FLW Tour event on Beaver Lake and talk with Matt Arey about his win. Then they recap recent BFL events, talk about the Kellogg's Angler of the Year race, and look ahead to the Rayovac on Lake Guntersville and the College Fishing event on Carlyle Lake.

Are you backing up your Waypoints?

10:13 am
<b>Back up your waypoints for maximum performance</b> <br> If you're using your electronics to their maximum potential, it's likely that you're accumulating thousands of waypoints on your unit. Did you know that your Lowrance unit is similar to your computer in terms of its capacity? The more information you store on it, the more memory it takes up; consequently, the performance of your unit is slowed to a degree.

Pro Tips Weekly: Keystone Light Pro Chad Grigsby

7:19 am
<b>Waylaying Shoreline Bass in the Postspawn</b> <br> Postspawn is one of my favorite times of the year, mainly because bass are active and aggressive. I like the fact that I can catch them on some of my favorite lures: soft stickbaits and buzzbaits.

iON: David Dudley diving for bass

April 22, 2014 12:18 pm
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Going big with a spinning rod

5:32 am
What's a spinning rod for? Drop-shots and shaky-heads, right? It's for techniques that require 6- to 10-pound test line, correct? Clear water, deep water and spotted bass, of course. Swimming a grub or maybe a Flick Shake.

The Blaylocks on Tour

April 18, 2014 9:00 am
The Walmart FLW Tour has been a big part of my adult life, as I'll relate in future blogs that involve some of the tournament stories that Stetson and I share. Before I get into the fun stuff, though, I'll give you a little background on Stetson and me. I'm a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a bachelor's and master's in middle childhood education, and I worked in the medical and insurance fields for eight years. After meeting Stetson at summer church camp when I was 15, we started dating a year later in December 2003 and were married in 2009. "Girlfriend" and - eventually - "wife" weren't my only titles in those days, as I was also Stetson's fishing partner for numerous tournaments and circuits while we were dating and at the start of our married life.

Why the wheels fell off: Beaver Lake

7:00 am
April, was that really you? It was a fair question asked by the anglers who participated in the <a href=" ">Walmart FLW Tour event on Beaver Lake</a> presented by Rayovac last week. After all, Beaver Lake bass and the weather are supposed to be on the same page by this time of year, but everything seemed out of whack by a month when the Tour visited Rogers, Ark.

Rollercoaster Ride

April 17, 2014 1:00 pm
Professional tournament fishing is normally a rollercoaster ride with plenty of ups and downs, but this season so far is nothing but downs.

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