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ANGLER HAS KNACK, SHARES TECHNIQUES OF TROLLING

Posted: June 6, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Ben Lipscomb nets a keeper-sized walleye during an evening of trolling May 30 at Beaver Lake. Lipscomb trolls with crank baits and the effort usually produces a mixed-species catch. On this trip Lipscomb caught crappie, walleye, white bass and spotted bass. To see a photo gallery of trolling with Lipscomb, visit www. nwaonline.com/photos/galleries.
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Ben Lipscomb nets a keeper-sized walleye during an evening of trolling May 30 at Beaver Lake. Lipscomb trolls with crank baits and the effort usually produces a mixed-species catch. On this trip Lipscomb caught crappie, walleye, white bass and spotted bass. To see a photo gallery of trolling with Lipscomb, visit www. nwaonline.com/photos/galleries.

In the game of angler versus fish, four rods are better than one when it comes to stacking the deck in a fisherman’s favor.

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Outdoor, Pages 6 on 06/06/2013

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