This is the time of year when you’ll find me employing power fishing tactics on the offshore ledges throughout the South.
There are times when fishing faster may not be the best way to catch them, but it may be the best way to find them.
It’s my opinion that the 50-degree mark signals the bass to pull closer to the areas where they will spawn later in the spring. It’s an excellent time to catch a boat-load of big, aggressive fish.
Just because the water's getting cold doesn't mean you have to abandon power techniques. Bass still have to eat!
I love to catch bass, no matter whether it’s in the north, south, east or west. I don’t care if I’m catching largemouth, smallmouth or spotted bass — I love ‘em all. But when it comes October...
If you’re an angler who avoids fishing during the dog days of summer, you’re making a mistake.
This is the time of year swimbaits work into my power fishing strategy.
Power fishing with spinnerbaits, crankbaits and jerkbaits can be very effective for locating prespawn bass, but a jig can be just as efficient.
It’s time to break out the lipless crankbaits. In my mind, there isn’t a better coldwater bait for fishing at this time of year.
Just because it's getting cold doesn't mean you have to abandon your horizontal power fishing methods. Follow KVD's advice and you can power right through the holidays.