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Kevin Hawk – Fishing a Drop Shot

Category : HAWK TALK

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLGauCbyHzU?rel=0] Originally published over on Wired 2 Fish Elite Series pro and former Forrest Wood Cup champion Kevin Hawk is considered an expert on fishing a drop shot and in this video he gives a bunch of great tips about how he likes to fish a drop shot worm for bass. He talks about ba...

Kevin Hawk – Rigging a Drop Shot

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Kevin Hawk – Rigging a Drop Shot

Category : HAWK TALK

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNCsBC3QUCQ?rel=0] Former Forrest Wood Cup champion Kevin Hawk gives a great tutorial on tying a drop shot rig, then a few different ways he likes to rig his plastics. As we progress in this series with Hawk on drop shots, he’ll go through where and how to fish them and even some advanced ta...

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Bass Fishing with Tubes in Heavy Cover

Category : HAWK TALK

PHOTO: Wired 2 Fish Bass fishing with a tube is a technique that every angler should have in their fall arsenal. Although it’s tempting to chunk crankbaits and topwater lures in the autumn months, slowing down and picking apart cover can produce outstanding results. Elite Series pro Kevin Hawk always has a tube nearby when fishing ...

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Kevin Hawk talks about his Elite experience

Category : HAWK TALK

I had high expectations for myself coming into my first season on the Bassmaster Elite Series, but was quickly humbled after failing to make a top 50 cut in each of the first five tournaments.  I did my best to rebound the second half salvaging a 28th place finish at the Mississippi River following a fast day one start, and a season...

Kevin Hawk – Small Swimbaits for Big Fall Bass

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Kevin Hawk – Small Swimbaits for Big Fall Bass

Category : FALL BASS FISHING

Hawk uses a Swim Senko rigged on a 3/0 Owner Wide Gap Hook with a pegged 3/8-ounce bullet weight when fishing around heavy cover. – PHOTO: Wired 2 Fish It’s no big secret—cooler, fall weather offers anglers some outstanding shallow water bass fishing opportunities. While it’s tempting to join the masses and chunk noisy, h...

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Small Swimbaits for Big Fall Bass

Category : HAWK TALK

PHOTO: Wired 2 Fish It’s no big secret—cooler, fall weather offers anglers some outstanding shallow water bass fishing opportunities. While it’s tempting to join the masses and chunk noisy, hard reaction baits, small swimbaits for bass are a great alternative when fishing shallow cover. Elite Series pro and 2010 Forrest Wood Cu...

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Weightless Senkos Shallow for Bass

Category : HAWK TALK

Elite Series pro Kevin Hawk talks about fishing a Yamamoto Senko shallow for bass. In this video he talks about tackle, presentation, shade, cover and more. Some great tips for those wanting to make fishing a senko work for them. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJ0pUvss7vk?rel=0] ...

Brandon Lester – 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Angler Website

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Brandon Lester – 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Angler Website

Category : BASS ANGLER WEBSITES

Brandon Lester – Growing up Brandon was introduced to fishing and the outdoors by his father and grandfather.  His love for the outdoors grew stronger with every trip they took, but there was something about fishing that became his passion. At the age of 16 Brandon fished his very first bass tournament on his home lake of Tims...

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Kevin Hawk – TOP 10! 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series on the St. Lawrence River

Category : HAWK TALK

Everyone was hoping for a glance at huge smallies at the 2013 Elite Series Evan Williams Bourbon Showdown at St. Lawrence River. Click the links below to check out more of the action on BASSMASTER.com Day Four on the water II Day Four on the water Hawk hooks up! Day Three behind-the-scenes Day Three weigh-in Day Three on the St. L...

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How do you skip a dock?

Category : HAWK TALK

Dock skipping can put bass in your boat and a smile on your face. Photo: Ken Duke It’s summertime and the bass are typically in one of two places. They’re either deep, hanging around the thermocline, or they’re in shallow cover, like heavy vegetation or under boat docks. Docks are one of my favorite cover types beca...

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