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Bass fishing with FLW pro Scott Martin

Racine, WI (June 28, 2016): Legendary FLW pro Scott Martin may be synonymous with Florida bass fishing, but he has a soft spot for New York’s Lake Champlain. It was Champlain where Martin scored one of the first wins of his career, added another in 2009, and topped the field again this June at Plattsburg, New York, on the way to earning over $2.5 million throughout his FLW career. A massive fishery on the border of the U.S. and Canada, Champlain features endless offshore possibilities for smallmouth anglers, as well as vast shallow grass beds in which to ply for largemouth. Typical of most tournaments held there, it was a combination of green and...
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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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