Winter bass fishing is tough enough. The fish aren’t very active, it’s nasty outside and it’s pretty dang tough to get bites most of the time. It’s even tougher, however, when you’re on the back deck of your buddy’s boat. They’re getting the first shot at all of the good-looking cover and you’re just kind of stuck back there waiting for your turn.
You can use this to your advantage, however. With lots of the spring team tournament trails starting up, I wanted to put an article together outlining some different ways to maximize your effectiveness as a co-angler. Whether you’re fishing a team tournament or just looking to earn bragging rights with your best fishing buddy, try a few of these things and I’m willing to bet you’ll have better luck.
To read the entire article, please click on https://www.wired2fish.com/winter-fishing/4-winter-bass-fishing-techniques-for-co-anglers/#slide_1