For most, they are the "great mystery fish" in bass fishing. They spend the summer in the open lake, suspended at mid-depths and trailing schools of shad like hungry wolves following lambs
The dynamic under the water is changing as fast as the leaves above. Baitfish are now at the top of the bass' menu, so you'd be wise to throw a bait to match.
In all of bass fishing, I don't think there's a more misunderstood technique than the one we describe as "finesse fishing. "
Alton Jones talks about why you should fish in the shallows.
Kevin VanDam talks about why you should try deep crankin'.
John Crews has gotten over all of them except one, and this one was in a tournament on Lake Murray with another national circuit back in 2004.
The last week or so has been really busy. I've been making appearances for Bass Pro Shops in various places around the country. While all that was going on I was at the Tracker and Nitro convention getting ready for next year's activities.
Stacy Twiggs talks about the future of the B.A.S.S. Casting Kids program.
The postseason is over. I'm fairly happy with it. I moved up from 11th place to 4th place in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings. It's hard to complain about that. Now it's time to turn my attention to other things.