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Turkey Strategy : Soft Approach, Salter's Tips

April Bass : G'ville Pigs, Jordan Spots

Logan Martin : Spring Crappie

Saltwater : On The Cheap




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Alabama Outdoor News - April 2017
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Sloan Pennington holds a fat Wilson Lake bass. Wilson is just one Alabama lake profiled for great April fishing action. Photo by Ronnie Garrison

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Articles
Target Guntersville Sows After They Bed
Senkos and swimbaits will tempt big female bass after the spawn.
Eddie Salter Talks Alabama Turkeys
The Turkey Man shares some Alabama turkey hunts that taught him lessons that may help your chances of success this spring.
Logan Martin Is Tops For Big April Crappie
Here’s why this Coosa River lake produces more big crappie.
Fish Wilson Lake In April For Largemouth-Smallmouth Combo
Catch Wilson largemouth around the grassbeds in the creeks, and then go after smallmouths at April locations marked by UNA’s Sloan Pennington.
Spring Saltwater On The Cheap
Surf fishing, a 4-hour charter trip and pier fishing are great April options.
Strategy For Wise Old Gobblers: Kill ’Em Softly
A subtle approach is often best for mature gobblers.
Jordan’s Famous Spots
Often kept in the shadows, this Coosa River fishery is a great place to fish in April for a trophy spotted bass.
Turkey Hunting On The Even Keel
The Pounders brothers keep their hunting simple, low-key and consistent, a combination that has been deadly over the years.
Wild in the Kitchen: Roasted Venison Tenderloin
Gobbling Reports From Across Alabama
Timely reports and pictures from the turkey woods.
Fishing The Chattahoochee River Below West Point
This tailrace stretch offers good fishing for bass and bream.
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Bass Tournaments Hall of Shame
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Astro-Tables Editorial
Cannon's Creel Daryl Gay's Book Closer
 
 
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