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The Hottest Bait in the World

October 25, 2011

Don't look now, but the world of professional bass fishing has been turned upside down following professional angler Paul Elias' near-record win in last weekend's Lake Guntersville FLW event. The reason? Elias was fishing what most fishermen recognize as an umbrella rig, but this one is castable. Elias' "Alabama Rig" looks like a mess of wire and soft-plastics and the largemouths tore it up. Elias had 20 bass weighing 102 pounds to win. Pre-event prognosticators predicted that the winner would average 12 to 14 pounds of fish per day, not the 25 that Elias recorded.

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    The absolute highlight of the past 5 Octobers has been an event called "Marsh Madness." Each fall outdoor writers, outdoor industry professionals and a bevy of other awesome individuals descend on Venice, Louisiana to catch redfish, speckled trout, cobia and anything else the Gulf has to offer. There are, of course, more shared laughs and tall tales than there every could be fish which brings us to my buddy Andy Crawford (he's on the right in this photo; Clyde Pritchard is on the left). I think I'd be better off letting Andy tell the story of exactly how that yellow Zara Spook attached itself to his chin.—Gerry Bethge

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