Last week we designed new lures. This week we'll test and tweak them.
This week we're going to talk about a dream I've had for a longtime; making new lures. I started messing with them when I was about 10 years old. I'd use a butane lighter to melt plastics together to make new shapes and designs. When I wasn't doing that, I was refinishing hardbaits with fingernail polish.
Michael Iaconelli give tips on Wake 'em up on the docks
Michael Iaconelli took Martin Truex Jr for some fishing on Lake Norman and Martin Truex Jr took Iaconelli for a driving lession around the North Carolina Motor Speedway.
It's important to remember that these fish are still feeding heavily. With that in mind, I start with something that moves and elicits a reaction bite. For me that's a LaserLure crankbait. I want one that runs just a little deeper than the underwater structure and that matches the hatch.
Last time we covered the various options for bass in current. Now I want to tell you about the various finesse presentations I use under different moving water conditions.
Admittedly, moving water doesn't always seem like a place you'd seriously consider throwing finesse lures for bass, but don't forget that finesse presentations are always one of your options.
This topic gets two parts because it's a little bit complicated, and because it's the one time of the year that you can have the best day of your life on the water.
We at The Bass University adopted "Never Stop Learning" as our motto because we believe that bass fishing is a never ending educational process. No matter how long we fish, or at what level we fish, we'll never know it all.
Depending upon what part of our country you're fishing, the late fall bite is just around the corner or it's still a few weeks away. Regardless, now's the time to start thinking about it.