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Riding off the momentum of last season, I'm looking forward to taking it to the next level in 2016. With local and regional events on the horizon, I'm keeping my skills sharp and eyes on the prize. You can follow me on tour by checking out my Tournament Trail page with my complete schedule with results as they come in. Check back often and hope to see you on the water.
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Love it or hate it, there’s little doubt that the Alabama rig has added a new dimension to bass fishing, and especially during cold weather when fish are really keying on schools of bait. But which version should you use, and how should you fish it when the mercury drops? Carson Orellana, a college bass-fishing whiz from Mooresville, N.C., is at home on a lake where the A-rig has a big following, Lake Norman. He’s seen how the use of the jangling assemblage of wires and blades, jigheads and swimbaits has changed over the few years it’s been a staple for anglers. >> read more

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The calendar shouted “Happy New Year”, but the water-temperature display on the screen of Carson Orellana’s Lowrence depth finder said 61.7 degrees. Orellana, a college bass-fishing wizard from Mooresville, was easing his bass boat around a pocket in the back of a creek off the main body of Lake Norman late last week, and he was obviously having a good time. >> read more

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