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3 Ways to Be A More Responsible Angler

Whether you fish to get away from the high stress of life, or just want to catch enough for a nice meal with your family – it’s on all of us as anglers to ensure the resource is still available for both future trips; and future generations. We’ve come a long way, and our lakes, streams, and rivers are cleaner …

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Fishing Report (8/6/15)

The summer is heating up, Back-to-School is edging closer and closer, and BioSpawn is still putting the fish in the boat! As usual, we’ve got some great #BioSpawn fish found on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Here’s what we liked this week: Posted by Bill Brian Faircloth on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 What a great night! 17lbs 10 oz. Thanks to Exostick! …

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How To Fish The “Jig Worm”

It’s not quite a shaky head, it’s not a darter head, and it’s certainly not a drop shot. But this is a finesse technique you must know. And Jason Holmer from Bass Utopia shows us just what the jig worm can do when rigged with a 4.5″ PlasmaTail:

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July 2015 Testers Announced (100 Winners)

We have just randomly selected 100 winners from the tester list for the month of July! If your name and email is on this list, we emailed you instructions on how to get your free baits. To everyone else, stay tuned for next month! We’ll pick more testers in August. July testers will be getting the 6.5″ PlasmaTail and a …

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The Drop Shot Rig And Summer Bassin

Nothing can be more frustrating than trying to catch bass in the mid-summer heat. Once August hits, the bite has often been slow for weeks. But fear not, summer bass can still be had with the right approach. And there’s one technique that can produce more numbers than any other in the heat of summer: the drop shot rig. Why …

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Two Texas-Rig “Tricks” Used By The Pros

There have probably been more bass caught on a Texas-rigged plastic than any other presentation, and it’s for good reason – Texas-rigging allows anglers to effectively fish any cover, at any depth, under any conditions. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it right? Well, that’s a tall order for most bass fishermen – we tend to be tinkerers, and because …

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5 Ways To Catch More Fish On Stickbaits

Originally billed as a “do-nothing worm”, they destroy bass from pre-spawn through the fall – in darn-near every situation imaginable. The main reason for their effectiveness is a slow horizontal fall combined with a subtle shimmy. For whatever reason, bass can’t resist it – and you’d be hard pressed to find an angler without at least a couple bags of …

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Fishing Report + 6.5″ PlasmaTail Update

You read correctly, the fishing report is back! For those of you who are new to BioSpawn, or those that forgot, we like to share some of our favorite #BioSpawn catches posted to social media. We comb through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram looking for those pigs and lunkers and post them right here. So if you’d like to see one …

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VileCraw Jig Trailer Eye Candy

Jigs are fish catching machines. The main reason for that is their versatility. Jigs are about the only presentation that you can fish equally effectively in 2 or 30 feet of water, and in heavy vegetation, wood, rocks, or around docks. They can be swam, hopped, drag, stroked, or flipped. Bottom line, they catch em. There are a lot of …

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Shaky Head Tips For BioSpawn Lures

For the last 10 years, the shaky head has been one of the most dominant tactics in finesse fishing. Not only do they do an excellent job of getting bit when the bite is off, but they also come through cover well, keep fish hooked up, and create a different look than the fish are accustomed to seeing. Despite their …

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