Swim a worm with a big, ripple tail through shallow water and you’ll run into some bass that haven’t locked down on the bed yet.
Bass Fishing

An alternative to sight-fishing

Sight-fishing is a well-known way to catch largemouth bass in April, but it’s not the only way to catch them. Try these tips to catch bass that most sight-fishing anglers are missing out on. […]

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.

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Bass Fishing

Don’t miss October

I have never been shy about how much I love bass fishing in October. For a guy who loves to tie a crankbait on the end of his line, I can’t imagine a better time to be on a lake than the weeks leading up to Halloween.

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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.

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