The baitfish were attracted to the warm water, and the bass were attracted to the baitfish.
It’s how you handle pressure and what goes on in your head that matters on a tournament Saturday and Sunday.
I’m down on Lake Hartwell getting ready for the upcoming GEICO Bassmaster Classic. It’s one of the most rewarding — and boring — things I’ve done in a while. For the past two days my new rig hasn’t been above idle for more than a total of 30 minutes, and that might be generous. It’s probably closer to 15 minutes.
Anglers who prepare their boats in colder weather will be ahead of the game come spring.
Winning a cold-weather tournament with lures some anglers may forget.
There’s no standing still in fishing. You either move forward or you slip backwards.
We haven’t heard too much lately about the fall turnover. This week I’m going to try to change that.
Why not spend the cold, snowy months improving your knowledge of the sport?
Ok, last week I said we’d talk about how to find the “fall frenzy” bite when it wasn’t obvious way back in the creeks. Here goes…
The fall frenzy doesn’t go on all the time. It starts and stops depending upon the calendar and the weather.