Posted by: Andy Whitcomb
May 7, 2013

Andy Whitcomb

Take Mom Fishing

Mother’s Day is almost here so many will be thinking about flower bouquets or blooming plants. In fact, the National Public Garden Day is always set for the Friday before Mother’s Day. But have you ever thought of taking “Mom” fishing? Laura Starkey Heflin has fished on Mother’s Day.  She happens to be a professional bass tournament angler. However, not all their time together has been about fishing. She recalls fondly when her son, Jesse,…

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Posted by: Stephanie Vatalaro
May 2, 2013

Stephanie Vatalaro

Picking a River Boat: A Raft or a Dory?

I’m in the process of fulfilling a lifelong dream of buying a manually powered boat for river fishing.  It’s great to walk and wade, but there’s something about the sensation of flowing with the current… taking family and friends along with you on your river trips… and covering literally miles of fishing opportunity that a boat affords. It doesn’t matter if you’re fishing for bass (some of the biggest smallmouth bass in the country are…

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Posted by: Stephanie Vatalaro
May 2, 2013

Stephanie Vatalaro

Scott Martin Recommends 3 Lures for Beginner Bass Anglers

The Take Me Fishing Team met up with Team Evinrude Angler Scott Martin for some insight on the best lures for beginners to try when bass fishing. “There are three lures I would recommend beginners try as they develop your fishing skills. A plastic worm, a spinner bait and some type of topwater lure. The great thing about these three lure choices is that they cover all your water depths, from the very bottom, to middle…

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