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  • Mark A. Allard of Sioux City, IA writes:

    RE: Treasured Fat Rap – They don't make 'em like that anymore. The process is called "foil" – hand-made. I buy all I find, and yes, some are three decades old. Great fishing to you.

  • Steve Quinn of Brainerd, MN writes:

    Thanks for the news about the toxic waste dump on Rayburn's headwaters.

    To my friends in Texas: Do not believe a word of their assurances about the safety of their dastardly plan, or its "benign" environmental effects. We all need to step up to stop the polluters, as B.A.S.S. members did in the 1980s. Today, we are severely threatened in Minnesota by a copper-nickel mine on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness by a Chilean mining venture that has high risks to permanently despoil this unique and precious region. And the once-squashed Pebble Mine promoters have raised their ugly head in Alaska. Beware and fight these projects until their final rejection!

  • James Stevens of Bristol, CT writes:

    RE: Lee being cautious – Hey Matt, I have had Type 1 diabetes for 41 years. I do local tournaments but not state anymore. It's a lot easier now with pumps. I used to have to check my blood on the water and maybe give myself a shot of insulin. It wasn’t easy! I have had complications and lost my right leg last year. I did a local tournament 3 months after my surgery. It was not easy, but I love fishing tournaments. Now I have a prosthetic and it’s a little easier, but getting in my boat isn't and can be really funny – and when my partner needs the net I just laugh. I just wanted to say hi and hang tough! Go get 'em!

  • Dean Starkey of Kokomo, IN writes:

    RE: Hibdon's new deal – Good to see you coming back on tour, Dion. I must have missed you on your Indiana Tincup promotions. You are most deserving of this comeback. A great angler and a greater personality.

  • Troy Simbeck of Loretto, TN writes:

    RE: Hibdon's new deal – I am now a Tincup drinker. I fished with him as a co-angler in the old B.A.S.S. Top 150 on Pickwick/Wilson lakes – awesome guy.

  • John A. Argese of Taylors, SC writes:

    RE: Balog on conservation – Along with spraying and carp control would be access. Access to lakes, rivers, ponds is important. Not just shoreline access but access to water that somehow becomes limited because of corporate or residential interests.

  • Robert Chapin of Osakis, MN writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – Actually my wife caught over 25 pounds in a tournament. We were fishing a team tournament together and she caught a 6.4, 6.1, 6.0, 5.4 and a 4-pounder. It was a bittersweet day for me.

  • Anthony Valachovic of Coral Springs, FL writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – Lake Okeechobee, June 15, 2013, 35.76 pounds in a Bass Busters Open.

  • Mike Jessup of King, NC writes:

    RE: Go-to baits – If you have to have a bite, it is the shaky-head for me. Spot Remover shak- head, 1/8-ounce with a Zoom Finesse Worm in clear water, Trick Worm in stained/muddy water. Of course, Spike-It on the tail. Always will outfish anyone in the boat with this technique.

  • Monte Nevils of Youngsville, LA writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – 28-pound sack from Sam Rayburn in fall time of year. Had a 7 1/2-pounder.

  • David Crandall of Okeechobee, FL writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – Back in 1983 I had 28- and 29-pound catches when fishing club tournaments. One was on Lake Kissimmee and one on Lake Okeechobee.

  • James E. Buchanan of Monroe, NC writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – Four years ago I fished a Fishing with Jim Austin Tournament on Lake Guntersville. My partner and I caught a five-fish limit weighing 31.27 pounds and finished 2nd to a team with 31.29 pounds. The tournament was held in mid-April.

  • Billy Nelson of Valencia, CA writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – While fishing a Stratos boat owners tournament in April 2004, my brother and I caught 28.63 on day 1 and 32.74 on day 2 for almost 62 pounds and still finished 2nd in the tournament! The lake we fish most often now in Southern California is Lake Casitas. It is a known big-bass factory. Low water levels have kept the big bass from showing themselves for the past few years but, just recently the fishing has really come back in a big way and we have managed several 30-pound sacks for our best five.

  • Chip Dover of Longwood, FL writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – 33, 28, 26 25. I only won two of the tournaments. Best fish was a 10.62.

  • Mark Modrak of China Township, MI writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – I caught 25-15, all smallmouths, in a Michigan Division BFL that was held at Burt and Mullet lakes in northern Michigan.

  • Tony Smith of Northport, AL writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – My buddy Chad and I had 29- and 27-poundbags, both at Guntersville.

  • Ryan Said of Farmington Hills, MI writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – Got a 26-pound bag of smallmouth ... fall derby, all cranking. Blew like crazy that day but they were eating.

  • Michael Shireman of Riverton, KS writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – 28.9 at Lake of the Ozarks (3rd place). 28.3 at Truman lake (2nd place). 26.9 at Truman Lake (4th place). 25.7 at Table Rock (1st place).

  • Tommy Yates of Scurry, TX writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – Weighed in a five-fish limit for 29.76 pounds in a Honey Hole tournament at Sam Rayburn back in the mid '90s. All of the fish came on Carolina-rigged Zoom Lizards in ditches and drains in the Black Forest area. Had an 8.52 and a 8.49 in the limit that came within 10 minuites of each other.

  • Hank Golden of Tallassee, AL writes:

    RE: 25-pound poll – 29 pounds, 10 ounces. Guntersville.

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