Posts Tagged 'Bass'

Anglers Weigh 49-pound Limit of Bass This Weekend

Before tournament partners Brian Shook and Danny Iles launched their bass boat on famed Sam Rayburn Reservoir on Saturday morning, they honestly didn’t know whether or not they’d get a bite. What they described as a “coin flip” decision on the morning of the tournament turned out to be the best decision of their fishing careers. In short, the team had five fish for 49.31 pounds by 10:15 in the morning. You read that right. […]

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Magical outings lead to landing goal bass, more

Toward the middle of the summer, I received a call from a longtime friend, Dean Korbelik. He expressed his interest in bass fishing and wanted to go out on the lake with me for an evening of fishing. It was a great time and was nice to get caught up. We were out to learn new techniques and to expand his knowledge of bass fishing. But his primary goal was to catch the bigger fish. […]

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Fishing: The bass bite remains good for Polk County anglers.

Around Lakeland at Tenoroc, bass fishing has been best on lakes Fish Hook, 3, 5, and B. Artificial worms and flukes were the most productive. Most of the bass reported were in the 12-18 inch range with three bass over 23 inches including one that weighed seven pounds. The best lakes for panfish were lakes Coronet 3, 5, and B. The catfish bite has been best on lakes Coronet, C, and B. No specks were […]

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Bass fishing may become legal year-round in Lake Erie

The Ohio Wildlife Council is considering a rules change that could affect anglers who like to fish at Lake Erie. Several changes have been proposed for black bass fishing — including largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass — and that includes a change that will let anglers fish for black bass year round. The current black bass fishing season in Lake Erie is closed from May 1 to the last Saturday in June. The proposed new […]

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How to Find Bass in High Dirty Cold Water

Many anglers think winter means extremely cold, clear waters with atypically dormant bass. In warmer flood years, like we’re having with El Nino this year, it means a lot of higher, dirtier but often warmer water for bass fishing. These phenomenons can stump the most savvy of bass anglers but Elite Series pro Jason Christie offers some great tips for searching for winter bass in abnormally dirty, high waters. High dirty water leads Christie to […]

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