Posts Tagged 'summer bass'
If you’ve been bass fishing long, you’ve undoubtedly fished a plastic worm. But we still get a lot of questions about what worms to use when and where you should fish the different ones. While there are no hard and fast rules that say you can only catch bass on a certain bait fished a certain way at a certain time, there are some guidelines that might help those in question. FLW Tour pro Terry […]
Peak water temperatures and choked out shallows often drive forage and gamefish to the outer edge of weedlines during summer months. Wired2Fish’s Mitch Anderson explains how to target bass in these areas with Texas-rigged crawfish-imitating plastics that give off plenty of flash and vibration. As the underwater video demonstrates, actively flapping plastics stand out in a pack of bluegills and draw reaction strikes. Cover density and buoyancy of the plastic dictate how heavy to go […]
The forecast called for temperatures in the mid-90s, typical for North Carolina’s southern piedmont in July. At 8:30 a.m. the thermometer had already hit 87 and Maynard Edwards was warming his engine for a day of fishing. “I used to prefer High Rock Lake,” said Edwards, 64, who operates Yadkin Lakes Guide Service and Extreme Fishing Concepts. “But, Randleman is only 20 minutes from my house in Lexington. If you like catching bass, this is […]