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Targeting Transitions with the Dark Sleeper

The compact profile and boot-tail design of the Dark Sleeper swimbait make it ideal for bottom contact applications. But unlike many swimbaits, the Dark Sleeper’s unique dorsal-fin shields the hook-point, making this presentation virtually weedless–perfect for targeting transitions where bass hide! Megabass Pro Edwin Evers shares a few of his favorite ways to fish the …

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Jig Fishing with Swimbaits

Edwin Evers, the 2016 Bassmaster Classic champion, hails from Oklahoma, which is decidedly jig country, and about 1,400 miles east of swimbait central. Nevertheless, he’s experimented extensively as swimbaiting culture has vaulted into the mainstream of the tournament scene, and while the big “tennis shoe” sized baits don’t consistently play a big role in everyday …

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Healing Heroes: Anglers learn from service veterans

MADILL, Okla. — It sounded like the opening scene of the movie Saving Private Ryan, said Levi Crawford, in describing the 2010 attack in Afghanistan that nearly took his life. That’s all Crawford could do – hear it, because the initial rocket propelled grenade explosion blinded him when it struck his Buffalo mine-protected vehicle. Source: …

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How Edwin Evers Won the Bassmaster Classic

Ever wonder what it takes to win the biggest bass fishing tournament on the planet? Edwin Evers breaks down his 2016 championship, from preparation, practice, and some tips and techniques to help you be a more successful angler when it’s all on the line! Key takeaways include: How to custom-weight your FlapSlap for cold-water success …

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How to Fish the XPOD

Edwin Evers teams up with the PAA to share some of his favorite ways to work the XPOD transforming topwater bait! Edwin can fine-tune his presentation on the water to adjust to the changing moods of target fish, adjusting the amount of commotion with the click of the XPOD’s patented lip mechanism.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkKFKhYAYBs