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Special December offers

Ido a lot of deer hunting in December, and there’s plenty to do around Christmas, but I always make time for a couple of days in the bass boat, because it’s the one month when I can catch several different species of fish, the way I like to fish, without having to run all over the lake.

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December 01 at 7:00 am
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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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November 01 at 7:00 am
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Fishing high, dirty water

October is usually one of my favorite months to catch bass, because it’s a month when fish are moving, feeding and hitting my favorite baits, crankbaits.

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October 01 at 7:00 am
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September starts over

I wait all summer for September, because in my opinion, that’s when bass fishing gets back to being good. You have shorter days, cooling air and water temperatures, and you finally get some relief from the summer heat — you can actually be more comfortable on the water.

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September 19 at 7:01 am
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Understand currentís role

August is a tough month for bass fishermen; there’s no doubt about that. But it doesn’t have to be impossible, if you understand how to make current work in your favor.

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August 01 at 7:00 am
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July: deeper is better

An awful lot of bass fishermen, including me, like to fish shallow, even during the peak of the summer heat. There’s a good topwater bite early and late, and face it, some bass are always shallow; they live there year-round. But they don’t make up a big percentage of the population, and with all of us looking for them in July, they get hammered on almost every day.

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July 01 at 7:00 am
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June is a bust-out month

June is a month I really look forward to. In most lakes in the Carolinas, you’re going to be able to catch bass a bunch of different ways, because 85 percent of them have finished spawning, moved out and are feeding again. You might have a few late spawners at Buggs Island or Lake Gaston up on the Virginia border, but most fish are over the spawn and ready to eat.

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June 01 at 7:00 am
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Donít miss Mayís magic

I have said many times before that as far as the chance to catch big bass across the Carolinas, March is probably the best month. But I’m just as sure that, overall, the best month to just go out and catch bass is May.

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May 01 at 7:00 am
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