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Does color really make a difference or is it just in our minds? I say, a little of both. There are a handful of basic colors that seem to work just about everywhere. But as we fish around the country, we discover that there are other colors you better have when you fish certain lakes. A good example occurred this year when we were at the California Delta, where red craw out-fishes everything else. In some situations water clarity dictates the appropriate color; some basic colors simply look more natural in different lakes. But that isn’t always the case.
How your team does on the St. Lawrence could very well depend on how strong your Bucket E pick is.
I learned a lesson at the Sacramento River Elite. I need to always fish for the fish I have found and to be more confident in my game plan.
Mix it up between some young crankers and methodical veterans who know what to expect when banging heads on the ledges.
I have to admit, I’m really stumped on how the Lake Havasu Elite Series event turned out for me.
The secret to Martens' success on Havasu was finding blackbirds.
This week Greg Hackney shares a story about one of the really fine young professional anglers fishing B.A.S.S.: Justin Lucas.
Aaron Martens focused on areas with plenty of nesting blackbirds for his Lake Havasu victory.
Edwin Evers was one of 20 anglers to bring at least 16 pounds to the scales, another testament to the improvement of the fishing on this scenic fishery.