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Got my latest edition of Bassmaster magazine yesterday, several articles on what the pros are thinking as far as fishing Grand. It's a good issue to pick up if you're not a subscriber. The magazine also has an insert that has a coupon for one free buffet at the Hard Rock hotel and casino, and a free gift coupon that you can take to the B.A.S.S. booth and get a free gift.

Daily launch - Wolf Creek ramp, just outside of Grove - 7 AM.

Daily weigh in - BOK Center, doors open at 3 PM.

Outdoor expo - Tulsa Convention Center, Friday 2/22 12 PM - 8 PM, Saturday 2/23 10 AM - 7 PM, Sunday 2/24, 10 AM - 4 PM.

All events are free.

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Bass Times had some good articles, too. Haven't read them all yet, but finished the feature story. Haven't come across any coupons yet. :)

Donna Gilzow

Bella Vista, Arkansas

The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of what is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of occasions for hope.

--John Buchan, 1915

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What do you think of Bass Times? I've never read it, but I'm always on the look out for bass mags. I like BassMaster's mag, I'm not crazy about the angler biographies that they put in there, but like the how-to articles.

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Sorry, QB. Haven't been on the forum lately. I like Bass Times best. More how-to stuff and a little meatier. Less fluff and advertisement, I think.

Donna Gilzow

Bella Vista, Arkansas

The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of what is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of occasions for hope.

--John Buchan, 1915

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Went down and crappie fished Elk River Today. I don't know which boats are who, but those guys were everywhere this afternoon. I wish I knew how to recognize them better. It would have been cool to know who I was watching fish.

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I'm leaving in a few hours for the Classic in order to beat the ice. I'm at the media day tomorrow (with a possible stop at the Larew plant first) and then observing Mark Davis Friday and hitting the expo Saturday and Sunday. This will be my first Classic since the Chicago event. I expect this will have better attendance, to put it mildly. I'm thinking a cattle prod to get through the expo...

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It's going to be an awesome one to watch. I love the factor the weather will play. The lake is full of quality bass but these guys are going to have to work their tail off to stay on top of them. The guy who wins this one is going to demonstrate why he's a pro amony pros.

I find the mental aspects of how these guys figure patterns out, have confidence to stay with them or the wisdom to abandon them fascinating.

I don't bass fish much at all anymore, but I definitely think you can learn something about fishing in general by watching how they go about finding and catching quality bass.

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It's going to be an awesome one to watch. I love the factor the weather will play. The lake is full of quality bass but these guys are going to have to work their tail off to stay on top of them. The guy who wins this one is going to demonstrate why he's a pro amony pros.

I find the mental aspects of how these guys figure patterns out, have confidence to stay with them or the wisdom to abandon them fascinating.

I don't bass fish much at all anymore, but I definitely think you can learn something about fishing in general by watching how they go about finding and catching quality bass.

At least we can learn something from this weather affecting the bass.

It would be easy if the water was in the lower 50's.

Tough bite can teach you a lot.

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