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It seems that the entire country is in a major drought right now, and Michigan is no exception.
I said I’d tell you more about the hot weather version of the float-and-fly after I knew more about it. Well, this week I’ve had a chance to give it a try, and I think it has a future in smallmouth angling.
Each year, the American Sportfishing Association hosts the fishing industry's largest trade show, called ICAST. From across the globe, manufacturers, sales reps, buyers and dealers all meet at a given location to work toward a common goal, and that's to bring new products and services to market.
I recently heard an interesting story that may help us with this heat were facing. A guy I know real well ran into a man who has been catching tons of big smallmouth this summer with a modified version of the float-and-fly technique.
Go deep, follow the forage and upsize your baits if you want more smallmouths.
We’ve talked about moon phases and how they affect smallmouth bass. Now, let’s talk about the dog days of summer and how the heat affects smallies. It’s very different.
For anglers, ICAST is like Christmas in July.
Casey Ashley and Shaw Grigsby both have really strong spots on Toledo Bend this week, and it's kept them near the top of the leaderboard.
Shade can be the key to better smallmouth fishing, even after dark.