Recognizing Changing Conditions Often Critical in Relocating ‘Lost’ Bass

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Matt Herren’s recent victory in the Toyota® Texas Bass Classic, one of the most prestigious bass tournaments in the country, hinged almost entirely on the Yamaha Pro’s ability to recognize and adjust to rapidly changing water conditions, even though he’d never before seen the lake he was fishing.

For Cold Weather Bass, Try This Two-Lure Approach

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Yamaha Pro Bobby Lane Alternates Jigs and Crankbaits in the Same Water By Be First Media Group By most standards, Florida-based pro Bobby Lane would be among the last to say he enjoys fishing cold winter water, but just the opposite is true. The veteran Yamaha Pro has developed a two-lure approach that has nearly taken him to victory in the last two Bassmaster Classics,® both conducted in extremely cold weather.

Bass Pros Enjoy Their Off-Season in Variety of Ways

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YAMAHA PRO JARED LINTNER CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY A YEAR LATE

Look for Vertical Structure, Vegetation When Bass Fishing This Winter

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Yamaha Pro James Niggemeyer Chooses Creek Channels, Points, and Rocky Banks in Cold Weather

Crankbaits Often Fool Late Autumn, Early Winter Bass

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As water temperatures continue to cool now during the late autumn and early winter months, bass fishermen often tie on topwater lures in hopes of having a final flurry of surface action

Confidence, Past History Led Tharp to First Elite Title

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  Confidence, Past History Led Tharp to First Elite Title Earlier Success on Other Ozark Lakes Gave Yamaha Pro Lure Choice, Location   Whenever you’re fishing a lake you’ve never been on before, look for cover or structure that lets you fish your favorite lure and technique and gives you confidence. That’s the advice of […]