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Making the “Cut”

The Nixon's Moses Lake Open has always been a special event. This will be the 10th year of the Moses Open.  In looking at...

Tadlock² Nearly Pull Off the Win at the Potholes Open

Tim and Michael Tadlock finished a very close 2nd at the recent Potholes Open.  In fact they were only a few tenths away from...

Doucet and Eidson Show Off Big Bass Prowess

Jordan Doucet and Chad Eidson have continued to impress, especially when it comes to coralling the biggest, baddest largemouth around. They won the 2017...

Nixon’s Moses Lake Open – Preview

It has become the biggest tournament in the Northwest.  With a field of over 70 boats, The Nixon's Moses Lake Open provides the biggest...

Reid and Biagi Run Away with ABA Washington East Opener

Robert Reid and Donny Biagi are both relatives of the bass fishing Nixon family - Larry, Leland, and Paul to name a few.  Donny's...

Team “Ryan” Puts in Impressive Performance at Potholes Open

Todd and Mac Ryan dealt with the typical adversity that Potholes Reservoir presents but were determined to have a different result this time.  Read...

Smith and Jensen Continue Banks Lake Mastery

The team of Taylor Smith and Dan Jensen recently showed why they continue to be one of the teams to beat on the Northwest...

Lebsack and Lesher Prevail at Banks Lake

Steve Lebsack and Blake Lesher recently won a Northwest Bass event at Banks Lake.  Conditions were tough as the lake had just recently come off of...

Having No Chance…

Classic Lesson I just got done watching the 2017 Bassmaster Classic, where Jordan Lee won in a remarkable manner…  Down in 15th place, he had...

Declassified: Banks Lake Prespawn – Part 1

Being a retired tournament angler, I thought it might be of some interest to begin to share a tell-all series on lessons learned from past tournaments before I get any older and memories start to fade.

Goin’ Pro

Leaving Omak towards Oroville, we had a boat, fishing skills and the baits needed to launch our Pro careers. What could go wrong???

Coaching Tournament Anglers – Lake Havasu FLW Costa

Put me in Coach: Months ago, I was sitting in Don Hogue’s kitchen with some confusion and intrigue associated with his goals for Game Over...

How to Win for Losing – Tournament Beat Downs

Thinking man's game I feel like tournament fishing relates very closely to major league hitting.  Both of them share the same rhythms in preparation, prediction...

Talkin ’bout Practice

Before I start on what admittedly is a bit of a ramble... Let's start with this.  It's worth another look, if you haven't already seen...

Dump me not.

  It’s something the majority of  us have done.  Your tournament day didn’t go as planned, and if you could weigh 25 fish with the...