Posts Tagged 'COVID-19'

Social distanced Santa visits at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s

Santa’s Wonderland will still open at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s, but with several COVID-19 precautions to protect kids and St. Nick. The stores will have several tools meant to keep families safe, while not scaring children during this pandemic. Kids can give their Christmas wish list to Santa through the Magic Santa Shield. To read the entire article, please click on

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Bass Fishing Hall of Fame cancels event in Springfield due to COVID-19 concerns

Because of ongoing concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame has canceled its 2020 Induction Banquet in Springfield. The banquet was scheduled for Sept. 24 in the White River Conference Center adjacent to the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium in Springfield, where the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame exhibits are housed. “The rapid spread of the contagious coronavirus in recent weeks convinced our Board of Directors to cancel this […]

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How to Follow Bass from Spawn to Post Spawn

In bass fishing, it’s often been said catching fish isn’t the hard part. Finding them is. Are fish post-spawn or prespawn? Do you need to be fishing shallow, in-between, or spending your time offshore? These are questions bass anglers face constantly and the answers to them drastically affect the lures or presentations you should employ. While there is no comprehensive solution to finding bass in a fishery on a given day, you can cut down […]

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Fishing considered a safe COVID-19 activity

Through the coronavirus pandemic it’s hard to find things to do inside and out especially when the weather is nice. On a nice day like Sunday, you may have noticed more people out fishing. An activity the President of the Natural Resources Board says is safe but he’s asking you to be mindful of others that may be around you. “We don’t want to stop fishing it’s an outlet for people in these times and […]

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Fishing From a Distance

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is winding its way into everyone’s conversations and monopolizing the discussion. While COVID-19 should clearly be taken seriously, we remain hopeful that this experience will teach us something about ourselves and each other. Occupying your mind is a step toward avoiding apprehension. Being creative in order to uplift spirits and sweep away boredom can be extremely important in terms of maintaining good mental health. Look for something that is fun to […]

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