More highlights from 2010 from our BASS Reporter's Notebook.
Last time we covered the various options for bass in current. Now I want to tell you about the various finesse presentations I use under different moving water conditions.
In this clip Bradley Roy talks about how he got his start with the Junior Federation.
Now they're even. Last year, Nicholas shot his first deer with a gun before Jackson. Both boys got deer during gun season, but Nicholas was first. Well, last weekend, Jackson shot his first buck with a bow before Nicholas. Don't get me wrong. We don't promote competition between the boys, but there's always a little razzing and one-upmanship that goes on between brothers, especially 13-year-old twins.
27-year-old Trevor Fitzgerald stuck with his plan. The result was a stellar performance which earned him a Southern Open win.
Admittedly, moving water doesn't always seem like a place you'd seriously consider throwing finesse lures for bass, but don't forget that finesse presentations are always one of your options.
Fishing gets tough when monsoon-like rains pour down day after day. How the tournament pro's handle it.
Terry Butcher talks about different techniques for fishing the riprap.
It's that time of year when the sunsets earlier. This means we need to be using our boat's navigational lights.
Soft plastic manufacturers are doing a good job of giving anglers excellent colors, but there are times when you may need to tweak a bait to suit your need or preference.