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All About Angles

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All About Angles

Category : BACK DECK

Ethan Dhuyvetter, pictured right, with his college fishing partner Lance Maldonado By Ethan Dhuyvetter, I recently fished in my very last FLW College Fishing tournament for Kansas State University, which happened to be the National Championship held at Lake Keowee, South Carolina. While College Fishing events are set up in the team...

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Why rush to the front co-angler?

Category : ANGLER’S POV

2014 Clear Lake win with 52.49lbs – 7.9lb big fish Day 1 & 4.92 big fish day 2. Angler Point of View: I’ve been fishing as a Co-Angler now for about 7 years and I’ve observed what I consider to be a HUGE opportunity being missed by a lot of anglers,.. Signing up with experienced travel/practice partners and fishing as a...

So You Want to be a Co-Angler?

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So You Want to be a Co-Angler?

Category : BACK DECK

Photo: Todd Kline Originally published over on FLWoutdoors March 17, 2015  by Todd Kline (Editor’s note: Few co-anglers in the Rayovac FLW Series have been as successful as California fisherman Todd Kline. He’s won back-to-back Co-Angler of the Year titles and earned more than $84,000 in three seasons – including $54,000 last ...

My Life as a Co

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My Life as a Co

Category : BACK DECK

By Russ Chargualaf I often get asked, “What is the most challenging part of fishing the Co-Angler side on the Bassmaster Opens trail?” Well, at the end of the day, it’s catching my limit of bass. As simple of an answer as that is, the complexity of achieving that goal is far from easy. For the first time in three years of fishi...

Adam Tucker’s Tips for Success

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Adam Tucker’s Tips for Success

Category : BACK DECK

Fishing as a co angler can be very fun, but also very challenging. You can learn so much from fishing with different boaters and watching how they fish and what different techniques they use. Watching my boater has helped me in countless tournaments. I have learned to always watch where the boater casts, and if he misses a spot that ...

How many rods does a Co-Angler need for a tournament?

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How many rods does a Co-Angler need for a tournament?

Category : BACK DECK

Scaling down your rods as a Co-Angler How many rods do you need for a Bass tournament?  That is an age-old question that has a simple answer… ALL OF THEM!  Usually this is not an issue if you’re running your own boat, but if you’re a Co-Angler, you do not have this luxury.  You have to get the maximum performance and flexib...

So you want to be a co angler – Destin DeMarion

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So you want to be a co angler – Destin DeMarion

Category : BACK DECK

By Destin DeMarion (shown below) Some want to make money, some want to learn, some just want the opportunity to fish in a bass boat; whatever the reason, competing as a co angler can be a great experience. This blog will touch upon some of the common reasons for fishing, or wanting to fish as a co angler and a bit of what to expect f...

Challenge Yourself, Rookie

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Challenge Yourself, Rookie

Category : ANGLER’S POV

With the wide array of tournament circuits here in California, and throughout the country, the rise of the “Rookie” style format seems to have grown into a life of its own. These tournament formats came to life nearly 10 years ago for many reasons but mainly because of the downturn of the nation’s economy. These roo...

Maximizing Co-Angler “E-fish-ency”

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Maximizing Co-Angler “E-fish-ency”

Category : BACK DECK

Most of us have heard some basic guidelines for maximizing your efficiency on tournament day by pre-rigging, pre-dying, change trebles, etc.  We’ve also developed ways that may be unique to ourselves and our own style.  I know I have!  Still, we all have areas that we may be able to improve upon.  I am fishing both the pro...

Staying Versatile and Fishing the Conditions with Destin DeMarion

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Staying Versatile and Fishing the Conditions with Destin DeMarion

Category : BACK DECK

As a Co-Angler, your skills will be tested in a variety of conditions that will sometimes take you out of your so-called “comfort zone”.  Whether it’s fishing for a different species of bass, going from deep to shallow, or switching from power fishing to finesse tactics, you need to be ready for anything.  If you stay positi...

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