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Seasonal Patterns
Seasonal Patterns
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Lure Choice More Important In Hot Summer Months
on 29 Jul 2011 by Bobby Lane author list
Lure Choice More Important In Hot Summer Months Anyone looking at Bobby Lane's boat this time of year might be surprised to see eight to 10 rods on his front deck and each rigged with a different lure, but for him such a mixture is standard procedure. The Yamaha Pro believes lure choice is more important than location when it comes [read more]
Looking for Big Summer Bass? Try Deep-Diving Crankbaits.
on 30 Jun 2011 by Kelly Jordan author list
Looking for Big Summer Bass? Try Deep-Diving Crankbaits. For Kelly Jordon, the hot months of summer have come to mean only one thing, that it's time to fish deep-diving crankbaits, not only for numbers of bass but also for big bass,as well. The veteran Yamaha Pro has caught more bass in the nine to 12-pound range with big crankbaits than he [read more]
Still Time to Enjoy Forgotten Fishing Season
on 15 Dec 2010 by Jared867 author list
Still Time to Enjoy Forgotten Fishing Season According to Yamaha Pro Todd Faircloth, anglers still have time to enjoy what he describes as bass fishing's 'forgotten season,' when fish are migrating back out of tributary creeks to main lake structure where they'll spend the winter.  "Fishermen look forward to September when bass start following shad and other baitfish into the [read more]
This Pro Prefers Spinnerbaits
on 18 Nov 2010 by Dave Wolak author list
This Pro Prefers Spinnerbaits Dave Wolak  During the autumn months when bass are still moving in tributary creeks feeding on shad, tournament angler Dave Wolak may only have one type of lure in his boat. It will be a 3/8-oz. pearl/white spinnerbait with double willow leaf blades and a white plastic trailer, a lure the Yamaha Pro has been using [read more]
Pond Fall Fishing
on 25 Oct 2010 by Dave Ruark author list
Pond Fall Fishing by Dave Ruark     First, I would like to say thank the lord for tournament bass fishing clubs.  They have afforded me the opportunity to enjoy my favorite leisure activity, bass fishing, and compete against other anglers.  Those who do not know me, here’s a quick autobiography. I’m a competitive junky! If there is a winner and a loser, I’m [read more]
Bigger Baits For Bigger Fish In The Fall
on 15 Oct 2010 by Bob Jensen author list
Bigger Baits For Bigger Fish In The Fall   It's autumn throughout the Midwest. The leaves on trees are exploding in color, we're several games into the football season, some of the early migrating species of birds have left, and the fish want to get caught. Autumn is a great time to be on the water, it's a great time to catch [read more]
Summer Patterns are Starting to Change
on 30 Aug 2010 by Mark Menendez author list
Summer Patterns are Starting to Change by Mark Menendez   Weather patterns will begin to change soon and so will the fishing patterns.  Anglers have been using two attacks to catch summertime bass. Offshore anglers have had great success using football jigs and deep diving crankbaits on structure. While the shallow water experts have been fishing up the creeks and rivers looking [read more]
Try A River This Summer
on 24 Jun 2010 by Bob Jensen author list
Try A River This Summer   If you go fishing, you want to catch something. Sure it's fun to be outside enjoying the ducks and spending time with your family and friends and being close to water, but when you go fishing, you really want to catch something. In the summer months, rivers can provide consistent fishing action. Almost wherever you live, there [read more]
Start Thinking Now About Spring Spawning Areas
on 05 Jan 2010 by Ken Cook author list
Start Thinking Now About Spring Spawning Areas By Ken Cook     The weather outside your house may still be frightful and probably the last thing on your mind right now is sitting in an open-air bass boat on the water.But if you're anything like me, bass fishing is never too far from your mind and most likely the first thing you'll begin to [read more]
Think Deep Thoughts to Catch Winter Bass
on 15 Dec 2009 by Jay Yelas author list
Think Deep Thoughts to Catch Winter Bass By Jay Yelas Fishing in deep water is still probably the most misunderstood type of fishing bass anglers have to deal with on a regular basis.Deep water can be productive almost any time of year that bass aren't on the beds, but winter is when it can be especially effective.One of the reasons many anglers [read more]

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