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Tips And Tricks For August Bass At Night
Even a dog knows to get out of the sun when the temperature is over 90 degrees. Too, many Alabama bass anglers have discovered that bass fishing is better after dark on most rivers and lakes in the summertime.

One of Alabama’s moonlight fishermen is Bernie Spidle, who started night fishing to beat the heat.

“I was a member of the Birmingham Bassmasters, a club that began to hold nighttime tournaments in...

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The crappie fishing community—guides, tournament competitors and fun fishermen—is dominated by trollers.

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While certain portions of Pickwick Lake’s diverse fishery suffer during the summer doldrums, other parts flourish. That idea particularly...

Any list of the best bass lakes in the nation includes Lake Guntersville. If not No. 1, it’s been very near the very top of any list. Although...

Steve Mitchell, a veteran competitor on Lay Lake, defies the conventional wisdom that spotted bass are the ticket to tournament success on Coosa River...

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