Describing techniques in various water conditions and depths Gary Klein shares his flat fishing expertise. Baits vary when targeting different species as well.
Adjusting to the prevailing light involves a "fishing in the moment mentality, according to Gary Klein. If an angler is convinced that there are fish in an area, he will keep refishing until he figures it out.
Gerald Swindle shares his science and what to look for when fishing the backwaters. He describes where to fish, adjusting to the wind, baits to use and other variables.
Probably the best time to fish a tailrace on Southeastern reservoirs is in the summertime. Then oxygen levels are at their lowest on the lakes. So what you have is one big comfort zone, an area with cool water and plenty of oxygen, a magnet that attracts both small and spotted bass and sometimes largemouth.
Greg Vinson explains how when the water drops, shallow fish are likely to reposition themselves in deeper water close by. Chances are that you will find them in those secondary adjacent areas.
Learn how hard cover and current can help to find the spotted bass as Greg Vinson shares his expertise. If he knows where a school of outsized spots is located, he'll "camp out" on them.
Greg Hackney give tips on getting Back to the roots
Greg Hackney gives tips on Stumpfield sweet spots
To Elite Series pro Ish Monroe, lens selection is an extremely important component to success on the water.
Thanksgiving is around the corner, and it's time to be thinking about what kind of cool outdoor stuff you want to put on your Christmas wish list.