Bass Fishing

Jerkbaits: not just for spring

When you think of baits that bass fishermen turn to in the fall, you think of moving baits like crankbaits and spinnerbaits. A lot of people overlook a hard jerkbait, because everybody thinks about fishing them in late winter and early spring. If you think about it, late October, November and December can fish a lot like late winter and early spring, with baitfish relatively shallow and the water relatively clear. […]

Bass Fishing

Follow the baitfish move

One thing I can count on in September — in addition to college football and deer season getting cranked up, is that baitfish will start moving off the main bodies of reservoirs in the Carolinas and into the tributary creeks. […]

Bass Fishing

Three great baits for bass in May

I am a Taurus bull, so I really love to get on the water in May and chase bass. It is a great fishing month, because there are a lot of fish on the bank that are easy to catch. We’ve finally got stable weather across the Carolinas, and even though some of the months earlier in the year might  be better for catching your personal biggest fish, May is probably the most fun for me to go fishing.

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Bass Fishing

Must-have baits for March bass

Across the Carolinas, March is the best month, in my opinion, to catch a trophy largemouth bass. I know you can catch one in January, February or April, but everything points to having your best chance this month.

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Bass Fishing

5 bass baits you really need

January begins show season around the Southeast, whether it be boat shows, tackle shows or outdoor trade shows. I have worked a lot of these shows in the past, and quite often, I go to ones I’m not working, because I’m ready to fill in holes in my tackle box, and a show is an easy place to do that.

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Bass Fishing

Time to pick a swimbait

The weather is really starting to cool down in November, and the baitfish are really starting to move. The middle of the month is really when you see them getting into creeks and ditches. 

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