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Veteran smallmouth guides answer Don Wirth's questions about locating these fish.
In this article, you can read how anglers have been fishing floating worms on top for years, but according to South Carolinian Davy Hite, "Sometimes you need a different presentation or lure profile to get bass to bite."
In this article, you can read about the best ways to use the newest soft plastic lures and how the fish like them so much.
Read how the contenders in the 2002 Citgo Bassmasters Classic had to figure out how they would fish Lay Lake. A few used tactics that mixed both largemouth and spotted bass.
Many bass anglers agree that smallmouth represent our sport's greatest challenge — their propensity for deep water and offshore structure makes these fighters notoriously hard to find and catch.
Nixon — probably more than any other pro — firmly believes specific worm features such as tail design, overall bulkiness, and length are the real keys that determine the lure's effectiveness in specific situations.
In this article, you can read Jim Bitter's game plan on a brisk Florida day: to keep the speed quick, get the lure tight to brushtops, dock pilings and laydown logs.
In this article, you can read how and why various anglers use stand-up jigheads.
A highly ingored fact is that red clay bluffs or banks are like magnets for fish.
Jordon opts for a big jerkbait when he finds bass feeding on large baitfish, and when he wants to upgrade his catch.