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0 Browns Valley Road

$55,000 STATUS: Active ON SITE: TODAY MLS #: 1790961. Property is convenient to Guntersville, Al and Huntsville, Al. The property is within 5 miles of multiple boat ramps for access to Lake Guntersville. Bassmaster Magazine ranked Lake Guntersville the number 2 Bass fishery of the last 10 years in July of 2020. The property borders TVA property and would be a great place for a home or your own hunting property that borders public land with many hunting, fishing and recreational opportunities. The property is within walking distance of Browns Creek which is usually a hot spot for duck hunters. All information to be verified by Purchaser.
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Remembering Sam Griffin

MOORE HAVEN, Fla. — As he taught people how to catch bass, Sam Griffin also instructed them about life. Some of that was intentional. But, I suspect, much of it was not. Sam was a natural mentor. “Patience and fishing slowly will catch a lot more fish than fishing fast....
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Opens profile: Matsushita chasing a second dream

Japanese angler Masayuki Matsushita realized his dream of qualifying for a Bassmaster Classic when he won the 2020 Bassmaster Central Open at Sam Rayburn Reservoir. In June of 2021, he headed out to compete at Lake Ray Roberts, Texas, for bass fishing’s most coveted title, Bassmaster Classic champion. He ended up finishing 42nd in the event.
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Twin Lakes among Bassmaster’s 100 Best Bass Lakes

The Bass Anglers Sportsman Society’s (B.A.S.S.) Bassmaster Magazine recently ranked the “100 Best Bass Lakes of 2021,” and both of the Twin Lakes were recognized. Bull Shoals Lake was ranked ninth in the central United States, and Norfork Lake is No. 25. Bull Shoals Lake (Photo courtesy of Bassmaster) According...
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Mackenthun: Why Lake Fork, Texas, is the best bass lake in the nation

When you think of big largemouth bass, you think of Lake Fork, Texas. Created from scratch in 1980 by the Sabine River Authority state agency and intentionally managed as a premier fishery by Texas Parks and Wildlife, Fork is now a fabled bass fishing destination. Bassmaster Magazine named Fork the...