This giant body of water offers bass anglers every type of fishing imaginable
April showers bring more than May flowers. They also jump-start some of the best bass fishing of the year, says former Bassmaster Classic Champion Mark Davis of Mt. Ida, Ark. When sudden rainfall washes into the backs of pockets and tributary creeks, the fishing can turn on quickly, and for a few hours or days thereafter, this will be the best bassin' opportunity on the lake.
In this article, you can read how the Float-N-Fly technique has been carefully refined through years of testing, resulting in an excellent presentation devised for catching cold water bass.
November and December are terrible months to be a shad on Kentucky Lake," notes Scott Loxley, a veterinarian and lifelong bass angler from Clarksville, Tenn.
In July, when he launches onto a lake that is lined by deep boat docks, pro angler Chad Brauer's anxiety level rises like a thermometer in a midsummer heat wave.
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The Arkansas River Navigation Project includes hundreds of miles of jetties and riprap banks.
In truth, the Float-N-Fly technique is intricate to a high degree and carefully refined through years of testing. The result is a presentation that just may be the best ever devised for catching cold water bass.
"Now this pattern may not always be that good, but it's very consistent. In summer, flipping and pitching around deep docks is by far my favorite technique."