So you’ve decided to up your bassin’ game and increase your crankbait collection as well as the amount of time you spend fishing them…
Off you go to your local bass tackle shop turning to the crankbait portion of their lure section and poof … your eyes instantly widen and you stop dead in your tracks with the classic “deer in the headlight look”
The color pattern possibilities Continue reading
As the fall period progresses, bass and other gamefish go through many transitions as they prepare for the upcoming winter…
For the most part there is one main thing driving the actions of bass through the fall; feeding in preparation for a long, lethargic cold water conditions that lie ahead!
As most bass anglers realize, the two most common Continue reading
Bass often relate to deeper water cover (standing timber, submerged weedbeds, rock piles, brush piles, etc.) at both the beginning and end of the fall period. In both cases, these bass typically feed on available baitfish such as shad, herring down south and shiners, perch and bluegills in northern areas…
When bass are holding around these deeper types of cover, the spinnerbait can be an excellent lure choice to probe Continue reading
When many bass anglers think of fishing a tube for smallmouths, small to medium sized tubes presented in depths of 10 feet or less and a slow, subtle presentation come to mind.
But there are times when smallies, especially big smallies, Continue reading
With the growing selection of hollow-bellied frog types on the market today, is there a method to determine what type of frog is best around certain types of cover?
According to frog fishing expert Dean Rojas, the answer Continue reading