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Pickwick Bass Come Alive In October
Even on a great lake like Pickwick, certain times of the year provide more explosive bass action than others.
That’s why guide Gary Harlan was longing for fall on a recent outing on the big Tennessee Valley Authority reservoir that stretches from Wilson Dam in Florence to Pickwick Dam near Savannah, Tenn.
“It’s been tough at times,” Gary said. “We had a pretty good day yesterday, but the...
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10 Seminole Hotspots For Bass In The Grass
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Summer Bass Stacked On Ledges
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The edges of...
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