The bass are at the tail end of that fall feeding frenzy and, as we get closer to winter, those fish want to be close to their wintering grounds.
Giving, thanks, takes no holiday, giving, thanks is supposed to be a daily event, a daily thought.
Spend some time this winter thinking about what it is that you really want bass fishing to do for you, and then plan next year accordingly.
Fishing in cold weather, though, is a lot different than fishing in the late spring or summer … and I’m not talking about the techniques you should be using or the seasonal patterns of the bass.
Fishing trips and a monthly flow of Bassmaster Magazine made one angler want to chase a career in fishing.
The bass still eat, and they eat what they did when the water was warm. They can’t order from a menu.
Catching fish on lures you built yourself is very satisfying.
When fishing pressure is intense, reducing size and going topside can be the right call.
The attractive action matched with reduced chances of fish throwing the hooks, the Sugar Buzz deserves a spot in your arsenal.
The right headlamp makes accomplishing low-light tasks a snap.