More on Michael Iaconelli

How to deal with temperature changes

Jan 26, 2010

One of the first lessons I ever learned about bass fishing is that bass can and will change temperaments very quickly and unexpectedly.

Finessing your French fry

Jan 26, 2010

One lure, the plastic French fry, often gets overlooked when we talk about finesse fishing, but believe me, this bait has some amazing potential when you rig it a certain way and start casting it with a spinning rod and light fluorocarbon line.

Winter fallacies

Jan 22, 2010

OK, here goes: One of the greatest winter fallacies among bass anglers is that bass don't bite very well in cold water and that the only way to catch them is with drop shot rigs, hair jigs and Flea Flickers worked painfully slow along the bottom.

One for a good guy

Jan 20, 2010

Once again I proved that practice time doesn't correlate positively with tournament success. In fact, it might be just the opposite, at least in my case.

The new year

Jan 15, 2010

It's been crazy around the Iaconelli household the last few weeks. After practicing on Lay Lake, and in between enjoying the holidays with Becky, I've been busy with The Bass University and my TV show,City Limits.

Mapping with lures

Jan 8, 2010

In my last blog we talked about how I prepare for an event like the Bassmaster Classic using my eyes and my electronics. This week we'll take a look at how I map the details of what I found using lures.

2009: The Year in Review

Jan 4, 2010

2009 had some memorable records made and broken, take a look.

Ike on bladed jigs

Jan 1, 2010

Michael Iaconelli talks about how he uses bladed jigs.

Ike on finesse swimbaits

Jan 1, 2010

Michael Iaconelli talks about how he likes to use swimbaits.

Ike on fluttering a spinnerbait

Jan 1, 2010

Michael Iaconelli talks about a technique he uses with spinnerbaits.

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