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Hot-Water Bass Tactics

Denny Brauer of Missouri is one of the most-successful bass fishermen in the nation, having won the Bassmaster Classic and many more tournaments. Brauer is in the top-five money winners for BASS. When Denny Brauer was asked how to find and catch bass under hot-weather conditions, when temperatures reach over 100-degrees Fahrenheit in the South, with a heat index of 110 to 115 degrees, he responded, "Hot weather is no longer just a southern phenomenon. Missouri and much of the Midwest also are experiencing 100-degree-plus temperatures. We've had 100-degree-plus temperatures with about a 115-heat index for over 8 days at times, in my section of the...
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Whitebone Porgy Fish Species Information

Scientific Fish Name: Calamus leucosteus
Other Fish Species Names:
Regions Fished: Western Atlantic: North Carolina to southern Florida in the USA and the entire Gulf of Mexico.
World Record:
Common Tackle:
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Found mainly on sedimentary bottoms from 10 and 100 m depth.

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