Tag: Season 5

2012 Show 13 – Mixed Green Migration

2012 Show 13 – Mixed Green Migration

March 19, 2012 | By

Robert Shamblin, J. L. Marine Systems, Director of Marketing, joins host Kim Stricker in an attempt to pattern Florida largemouth bass during their annual migration shallow. The two experiment with an array of productive lures and presentations as they dissect the jungle of aquatic vegetation. In addition, an enlightening underwater segment reveals a bass-eye view […]

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2012 Show 12 – Tennessee Turnover

2012 Show 12 – Tennessee Turnover

March 12, 2012 | By

Host Kim Stricker shares his boat with Strike King’s Crispin Powley on Tennessee’s legendary Dale Hollow Reservoir. The two are challenged by the occurrence of the fall turnover and summon the wisdom of the “Smallmouth Guru”. Strike King’s Finess Football-Head Jig proves effective on rock transitions.

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2012 Show 11 – Parksville Sunny-Side Up!

2012 Show 11 – Parksville Sunny-Side Up!

March 4, 2012 | By

Witness first hand, Tennessee’s Lake Ocoee’s ecological resurgence. Danny Stricker accompanies his Dad underwater to reveal large groups of quality spotted bass basking in the sun, then Kim and his guest Steve Levi employ a Strike King Wild Shiner to catch a few. In addition, Professor Emeritus Gerald R. Smith provides some enlightening content in […]

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2012 Show 10 – Hard-Hitting Ambiguity

2012 Show 10 – Hard-Hitting Ambiguity

February 26, 2012 | By

The air is still, the water cold, but the action is red hot! Kim & Danny Stricker enjoy a tranquil autumn morning, disturbed only by the largemouth’s fierce aggression. Somewhat bewildered, the two search the lake bottom for an explanation, which likely provoked the severity of each and every jolting strike. A Strike King Denny […]

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2012 Show 9 – We Crushed’em, Yesterday!

2012 Show 9 – We Crushed’em, Yesterday!

February 13, 2012 | By

Host Kim Stricker, accompanied by Humminbird Marketing Director, Mark Gibson, cope with the puzzling “Here Today — Gone Tomorrow” tendencies of Great Lake’s smallmouth bass. Dr. Gerald Smith discusses the transitory alewife population and it’s effects on fish movements. Later Kim and Professional Crappie Angler Jackie Van Cleave fish for Kentucky Lake Stubbies.

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