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Catfish Pole Rigs

by Richard Peterson with In-Fisherman 0

Pole lines illustrate the paradox of catfishing. At a time when excellent rods, reels, and other tackle components are being… more »

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Z-Man’s Green-Pumpkin-Goby Finesse Baits

by Ned Kehde 0

  Midwest finesse anglers are incessantly in search of new green-pumpkin hues that are enhanced with colorful and sparkling flakes. … more »

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Jeff Gustafson’s Introduction to Midwest Finesse

by Ned Kehde 0

Midwest finesse tactics played a role in the first Bassmaster Classic at Lake Mead, Nevada, in 1971, when Drew Reese… more »

Long Range Casting Lures

Long Range Casting Lures

by Cory Schmidt 0

Longball hitters in both major league baseball and professional golf might be surprised to learn that with a little technique,… more »

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Bass Jig Options

by Steve Quinn 0

Developments in jig design, along with new techniques for fishing this lure, raise questions about choosing trailers to match jig… more »

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Insights on Scents

by Ned Kehde 0

On March 29, Travis Myers penned a 2006-word testimony that described why he is a scent devotee. Then on March… more »

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A Jig Debate

by Ned Kehde 0

For decades, many Midwest finesse anglers have wondered, fretted, and debated about jig sizes and hook sizes. One of the… more »

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Reins’ Ring Craw

by Ned Kehde 0

At the behest of several anglers on the Finesse News Network, we began publishing gear guides in 2015 about finesse… more »

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Berkley’s PowerBait Shaky Snake

by Ned Kehde 0

Since Sept. 9, Midwest finesse anglers have been able to purchase and use Berkley’s PowerBait Shaky Snake, and it has… more »

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Painted jig heads versus unpainted ones

by Ned Kehde 0

On April Fools’ Day of 2006, Shinichi Fukae convinced me that painting the head of a jig red is a… more »

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