For the last couple of weeks most of our country has been gripped by a nasty cold spell. That creates different conditions depending upon where you are. Some areas have been dry during this period but a lot of others have had a lot of rain and snow.
Finally, it's starting to rain. We're supposed to get more in the next two weeks, and it looks like most of the country will be covered over. That's really good news.
This time of year can be a smallmouth fishing dream come true — if you know what you're doing, that is.
This week we need to talk about the fall turnover. In some parts of the country, we might be talking about it a little late, but, in other parts, it's not happened yet
The last time we talked about finding open water schools of baitfish because the smallmouth — the big ones anyway — hang out under them. This week we'll talk about how to catch those big ones.
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The weather's been so dry lately; it's like a desert where I live. If you're having the same problem, you know what I'm talking about, and you need to know that dry weather affects the fall forage movement.
Fall is the best time to catch smallmouth bass, here are some tips on how to be successful at it.
Let's talk about rods. Smallmouths aren't largemouths. You catch them different, and they fight different. That's why you need a different rod.
This is the time of the year when you can combine numbers with size. But, like every kind of fishing, you have to know what you're doing.