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Some of the best -- and most fun -- bass fishing of the year is about to start in Virginia. Here's a look at some of the best bass fisheries in the state. (March 2008).Virginia’s 2008 Largemouth Bass Outlook

Virginia's 2008 Largemouth Bass Outlook

September 30, 2010

Some of the best -- and most fun -- bass fishing of the year is about to start in Virginia....

Here's the latest on the fish kills that are threatening some of our major smallmouth rivers -- and our forecast of the best rivers and lakes to fish this coming year. (February 2008).Virginia’s 2008 Smallmouth Bass Forecast

Virginia's 2008 Smallmouth Bass Forecast

September 30, 2010

Here's the latest on the fish kills that are threatening some of our major smallmouth rivers...

In the last two months we've told you about the great fishing for smallmouths and largemouths in southern Wisconsin. These waters are the best in the north.Our Northwoods Bass Hotspots

Our Northwoods Bass Hotspots

September 30, 2010

In the last two months we've told you about the great fishing for smallmouths and largemouths...

Thanks to special regulations, some of our downstate lakes have become high-quality bass fisheries. Give these waters a try if you want to land a lunker! (July 2007)Southern Wisconsin’s Trophy Bassin’

Southern Wisconsin's Trophy Bassin'

September 30, 2010

Thanks to special regulations, some of our downstate lakes have become high-quality bass...

Our namesake river undergoes profound changes between the northwoods and where it eventually meets the Mississippi River. This is especially true when it comes to smallmouth and largemouth bass. (July 2006)Wisconsin River Bassin'

Wisconsin River Bassin'

September 30, 2010

Our namesake river undergoes profound changes between the northwoods and where it eventually...

The muskie may be our state fish, but pound for pound nothing fights harder than a smallmouth bass. You can find out for yourself on these waters.Southern Wisconsin Smallmouths

Southern Wisconsin Smallmouths

September 30, 2010

The muskie may be our state fish, but pound for pound nothing fights harder than a smallmouth...

Since he retired, the author has been busy prospecting the lakes in the southeastern corner of our state. These are some of the best for bucketmouths.Southeast Wisconsin Largemouths

Southeast Wisconsin Largemouths

September 30, 2010

Since he retired, the author has been busy prospecting the lakes in the southeastern corner of...

The fish kills on the Shenandoah and James watersheds have dominated the news in the last few years. But are better days ahead? (February 2010)Virginia's 2010 Smallmouth Forecast

Virginia's 2010 Smallmouth Forecast

September 30, 2010

The fish kills on the Shenandoah and James watersheds have dominated the news in the last few...

The largest fish on this Piedmont reservoir suffered a population decline a few years ago -- but now the fishery has bounced back (December 2007)Smith Mountain Stripers -- Making A Comeback

Smith Mountain Stripers -- Making A Comeback

Mark Edwards - September 30, 2010

The largest fish on this Piedmont reservoir suffered a population decline a few years ago --...

Power pools on the James and Shenandoah, certain sections of the New below Claytor, the tidal Chickahominy and old favorite Buggs Island are some of the top Virginia wintertime bass spots.A Winter Smorgasbord of Virginia Bassing

A Winter Smorgasbord of Virginia Bassing

September 30, 2010

Power pools on the James and Shenandoah, certain sections of the New below Claytor, the tidal...

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