I’ve been noticing lately that a lot of the guys seem to be worried about picking the right lure during the winter.
Some guys will fish for days looking for that one big bite that’ll put a replica of a 5 or 6 pound smallmouth above their mantel. If that’s you, get your rod and reels ready because now’s a pretty good time to go looking for one.
The fall feed is in full swing. We’ve been catching smallmouths like crazy the last week or so.
This week we’re going to look at another open water option besides a jigging spoon.
We had a couple of comments posted by anglers saying they were having trouble getting a good hookset with a frog. I’m not surprised. It can be difficult if you don’t approach it right.
There are three topwater plugs I’ve used for years. They’ll catch bass almost anytime there’s a topwater bite.
You have to go deep all the time for your smallmouths. This fall is the perfect opportunity to catch them shallow on crankbaits and spinnerbaits.
September has been a crazy month. It’s usually pretty warm, but this year the weather has been unusually cool, especially the nights. That means the smallmouth are shallower than normal.
It's just too hot to go after smallmouths on deep, clear waters during the day. But once the sun goes down, the action picks up.