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Tricks and techniques for catching bass.

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aired 772 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
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Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
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Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
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Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
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Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 807 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 814 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 821 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 825 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 827 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
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Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 834 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 835 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 842 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 849 days ago
With fishing conditions tough Timmy teaches on the how to's for adapting your presentation for maximum fish catching results.
aired 856 days ago
Timmy is punching mats for largemouth and it is not in the deep south. Today he is up north in Alpena, Michigan working deeper off shore mats.
aired 863 days ago
Timmy is back home on Pickwick Lake fishing for early fall topwater bass with the enticing Z Dog plug.
aired 870 days ago
Timmy heads up north to Lake Huron's popular Thunder Bay and goes hunting for big smallmouth with a big crankbait, the Z Dog10.
aired 1,160 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 1,167 days ago
Tricks and techniques for catching bass.
aired 1,174 days ago
Timmy is back in southern Florida punching the mats with heavy weight tackle hoping to heave out some big Florida stain largemouth.

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