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Find and Catch Crappie Now with Todd Huckabee

February 11, 2014

Everyone’s a crappie-fishing expert during the spawn, but it takes homework and time on the water to be successful year-round. Many anglers don’t have the time, however, to do all of the research and put in the time to be consistently successful , especially during winter. That’s when a good guide is worth his weight in gold, and we had one of the best in late December on a trip to Oklahoma’s Lake Eufaula with Todd Huckabee.

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Christie is home at the 2013 Classic

February 11, 2014

A competitive nature is required of professionals at the top level of any game, but you can sit and talk with Oklahoman Jason Christie for hours and rarely get a glimpse of his desire to beat you at Old Maid, much less bass fishing. But under his smiling, easy going façade is a driving force that has propelled him from dominating tournament locals on his home lake at Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees to the top of the FLW Tour and on to the biggest tournament in fishing, the Bassmaster Classic.

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College National Champions Rely On Flash Mob Jr.

February 11, 2014

This tough castable umbrella rig added the FLW College National Championship to its growing bass tournament resume this weekend when the University of Louisiana-Monroe’s Paul Clark and Brett Preuett collected more than $32,000 by fishing the diminutive YUM rig. Even more impressive is that the Warhawk team won with a sack one short of a limit. The ULM team’s Day 3 weight was 12.04 pounds with only four bass, and total three-day weight was 40.03 pounds.

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Georgia's Bone Wins Southern Open With Flash Mob Jr.

February 11, 2014

For the first time in history a major B.A.S.S. tournament has been won by an angler throwing a castable umbrella rig (CUR), specifically the YUMbrella Flash Mob Jr. Georgia’s Patrick Bone weighed in 65-pounds, 4-ounces over the three day Southern Open tournament held April 4-6 on Tennessee’s Douglas Lake.

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FLW Pro Jason Christie Qualifies For Bassmaster Classic

February 11, 2014

Just seven years ago Jason Christie of Park Hill, OK, was coaching high school basketball while becoming a fearsome competitor in bass tournaments on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees and other northeastern Oklahoma lakes. He’d won so many that when other competitors saw him show up, they considered just giving him their money and going home.

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YUM Money Minnows – Basic Rigging

February 11, 2014

The YUM Money Minnow is the "talk of the town" in the bass fishing community, and word is also spreading quickly to anglers who more commonly seek stripers, trout, walleyes and various saltwater species. The natural tail wag and lifelike finish make this soft-plastic swimbait irresistible to any gamefish – and when a lure produces fish like mad – it doesn’t take long for word to spread.

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Flash Mob Jr. Produces 19 Pounds On One Cast

February 11, 2014

When Pflugerville, Texas, bass angler Donnie O’Neal set the hook Sunday, April 28, he was hoping for a 13-pound-plus largemouth bass to donate to the Texas ShareLunker Program. What he landed weighed more than 19 pounds, but he still didn’t qualify for the Program. That’s because it wasn’t a single bass. It was two big fish, a personal best and a bonus bass that would make anyone happy. It’s the latest in a growing line of incredible stories of anglers throwing the YUM Flash Mob Jr. (FMJ).

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Flash Mob Jr. Makes It Two-In-A-Row

February 11, 2014

Oklahoma’s Jason Christie threw a YUM Flash Mob Jr. for the win this weekend at the FLW Tour Event on Arkansas’ Beaver Lake. He also set the record for largest total weight for a Beaver Lake FLW event, and caught “big bass” of the tournament. Christie’s win comes on the heels of last week’s B.A.S.S. Southern Open on Tennessee’s Douglas Lake, in which Georgia’s Patrick Bone threw the Flash Mob Jr. to victory.

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4 Big-Worm Rigs for Big Bass

February 11, 2014

Conventional wisdom says that you’ve got to use a big bait for big fish, and in many cases that’s true. Sure, you can catch a 10-pounder on a 4-inch finesse worm, but on the average, anglers throwing 10-inch (or bigger) worms catch more trophies. Rigging these big worms is pretty much the same as rigging the smaller sizes, although there are specific times and places when these larger sizes out-produce regular sizes both in quality and quantity.

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Tips For Multi-Lure Rigs

February 11, 2014

Multi-lure rigs, aka castable umbrella rigs, caused plenty of controversy during the past two years, but continue to grow in popularity with anglers across the country. Can acceptance be far behind? Anglers would have been appalled to cast a multi-lure rig less than two years ago. They were too heavy and cumbersome without a proven track record of success. Most of all, many anglers thought of a “lure” as a single unit, not a rig that allows multi-lures to be retrieved as one lure.

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