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A big, bulky worm like this 10-inch Culprit is a great bottom-bumping weapon for summer bass. Find current, find bass
236 Views - Posted: July 28 at 9:00 am

July is not the time to “camp out” on a spot hoping fish will bite. You need to be fishing were they are biting, and that means moving water.†

The post-spawn period can produce some great bass for patient fishermen who know why fish act the way they do after bedding. Donít hate the postspawn
360 Views - Posted: May 30 at 9:00 am

Many bass fishermen dread the time immediately after bass spawn, referred to as the “post-spawn period.” While there are challenges, there are several really good patterns that emerge.

March is a month when you can catch some really nice bass on both the upper and lower end of reservoirs. Time for the big move
329 Views - Posted: March 28 at 9:00 am

March can bring on one of the most-exciting and challenging times of the year to fish. Bass are no doubt on the move, the weather is all over the map and heavy rains can muddy up water in a hurry.

What to look for? In February, you have lots of fish still in wintering spots — stable areas with not much current and good clarity. These fish can still be really deep, but by March, the bulk of them have moved up.†

What do you need to buy this winter that a bass will eat? Plenty! Survey your tackle needs
607 Views - Posted: January 30 at 9:00 am

Now that we’re almost done watching football, it’s time to tackle something more important: your tackle. Every year, we faithfully voyage to several boat and tackle shows to see the latest and greatest gear and try to stay one step ahead of the fish. Looking at new boats, rods, reels and tackle is fun. The anticipation factor of buying that new lure keeps us hopeful that our next fishing trip will be better than the last.