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Patterns
Patterns
Wednesday 20 February 2008 / Jared867
Sight Fishing (1 item)
Pond Fishing (1 item)
Docks (1 item)
Flipping (1 item)

Fishing Docks with G-Man
on 07 Jun 2011 by Trokar author list
Docks are more than potential bass-harboring structures for Gerald Swindle. Rather, the Elite Series[...]
Fishing Docks with G-Man Docks are more than potential bass-harboring structures for Gerald Swindle. Rather, the Elite Series pro from Warrior, Ala., sees these fish condos as a personal challenge — a “You want some of this?” kind of deal.That being said, he resists the urge to shock-and-awe his way into a bite, instead favoring surgical strikes heavy on the strategies [read more]
Punching Through Mats of Vegetation
on 24 Jun 2010 by Glenn Walker author list
Punching Through Mats of Vegetation Punching heavy mats of vegetation for bass is a technique that isn't completely new as anglers have relied on this technique to present their soft plastic lure in the heavily vegetated waters of Florida. The popularity of mat punching has taken hold of anglers from California to Texas and now here in the upper Midwest. This [read more]
Bobby Lane On Flippin for Big Bass
on 20 Apr 2010 by Jared867 author list
Bobby Lane On Flippin for Big Bass     Professional angler Bobby Lane shares his tactics for catching big spring bass by flipping, rather than swimbaits.  Even though the 11-pound bass Bobby Lane caught during a recent Bassmaster® Elite tournament in California hit a swimbait, the Yamaha Pro readily admits his favorite spring fishing technique is flipping shallow, weedy cover, and he adds, [read more]
Punching Through Mats of Vegetation
on 26 Mar 2010 by Glenn Walker author list
Punching Through Mats of Vegetation Punching heavy mats of vegetation for bass is a technique that isn't completely new as anglers have relied on this technique to present their soft plastic lure in the heavily vegetated waters of Florida. The popularity of mat punching has taken hold of anglers from California to Texas and now here in the upper Midwest. This [read more]
Take Time to Study and Dissect Docks Properly
on 13 Jan 2010 by Larry Nixon author list
Take Time to Study and Dissect Docks Properly By Larry Nixon   When fishing a tournament or just for fun at any of the great fisheries we have across the nation, there's undoubtedly more than one way to catch some fish. With that many fish and that many surface acres of water, it's not uncommon to see two different people have great fishing [read more]
Faircloth Seeks Vegetation During Muddy Conditions
on 17 Nov 2009 by Yamaha Marine Group author list
Faircloth Seeks Vegetation During Muddy Conditions   Like many bass fishermen across the nation this autumn, Todd Faircloth has had to continually adjust his approach because of muddy water.The Yamaha pro's solution: look for vegetation and fish it with plastic worms, crankbaits, or spinnerbaits."This time of year, bass are moving into tributary creeks as they follow baitfish, but the backs of the [read more]
Bank Fishing Central Florida Ponds
These tactics can be applied across the country.
on 02 Jul 2009 by Patrick Mangold author list
Bank Fishing Central Florida PondsBy Patrick Mangold - CFLcoangler There are many anglers in Central Florida that do not own a boat or choose not load up their boat every time they want to wet a line.  With the number of ponds and lakes accessible in the area, the opportunities are immense.   Whether you fish a pond in your back yard [read more]
Baits and Lures for Farm Pond Fishing
on 12 Jun 2009 by Hayley Lynch author list
Baits and Lures for Farm Pond Fishing Frankfort, Ky. - Lazy days spent fishing a farm pond are some of the best times afield. Many old-timers got their start this way, while today's kids often follow suit and catch their first fish from a pond. Stock your tackle box with a few well-worn favorites and you can also catch farm pond [read more]
Yelas on Sea Walls
Variety of Lures Work Well on Sea Walls In Spring
on 20 May 2009 by Jay Yelas author list
  Yelas on Sea Walls Variety of Lures Work Well on Sea Walls In Spring Whenever you see Yamaha pro Jay Yelas with 10 or 12 rods on his boat deck this time of year, chances are he's planning to fish sea walls. These man-made retaining walls, designed to prevent wave erosion, rank as some of his favorite bass fishing [read more]
Poling - Florida Style
Sight Fishing with Preston Clark
on 12 Apr 2009 by Terry Battisti author list
Poling - Florida StyleSight Fishing with Preston ClarkBy: Terry Battisti       A calm breeze ripples the surface of the crystal-clear aqua water as the angler peers through his sunglasses in search of a shape or flash. No fish in sight, the angler stealthily slides the boat through the water to find the ever-wary bonefish.        As the angler poles into a dark-bottomed [read more]

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