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November 5, 2021
Are you seeing birds on the move?
With November finally bringing some colder temperatures, many folks in the North are saying goodbye to beloved timberdoodles, while our friends down south are ready for their return.
October 29, 2021
So who is still getting into fall bass? Some areas of the country are starting to freeze while others, anglers are hooking up in shorts and t-shirts. Let's see what you're catching, post a photo in the comments. Then visit Mud Hole Custom Tackle at https://bddy.me/3DRGFs5, start a rod build, and earn Mud Bucks.https://bddy.me/3DRGFs5...
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