Net Results | Bass Angler Magazine

Photo courtesy of Frabill By Mike Gnatkowski The two most critical and exciting junctures when fishing are at the strike and when the fish comes to net. If the fish strikes aggressively and the hooks are sharp, the fish gets hooked solidly and battling the fish is largely a matter of rod pressure and patience.… Continue reading Net Results | Bass Angler Magazine

Back Seat Power-Shotting | Bass Angler Magazine

Josh Unruh showing off what he caught. by Josh Unruh The dog days of summer are now here and bass are getting lazy. Long, hot days and increasing water temperatures keep bass tucked away in thick, matted vegetation which offers shade and cooler water. This usually means it’s time for the two “F”s of bass… Continue reading Back Seat Power-Shotting | Bass Angler Magazine

Making A Point | Bass Angler Magazine

It’s a partly cloudy day/late afternoon, with the “clear” water flow coming out of the top left corner (North West) of the diagram and exiting to the bottom right (South East), can you pick the best possible seasonal spots to investigate? Have fun! It Depends On: various forms of shade and water dynamics you deal… Continue reading Making A Point | Bass Angler Magazine

Bass Fishing Webinars by Navionics

While April showers might bring May flowers, we’re more excited about the boating, fishing and diving! In order to take full advantage of the agreeable weather, check out more than a dozen webinars that will help get you up to speed on everything you need to know this boating season. There’s even a featured webinar… Continue reading Bass Fishing Webinars by Navionics

The Inside Secrets of Fly Fishing For Bass

It’s just before sunrise, on a small suburban lake recommended by a friend, and the water is still and like glass. Deciding to try fly fishing for bass has brought me to the water’s edge. Beside a stickup just beyond the weed line is a yellow bass bug, placed there with a short cast of… Continue reading The Inside Secrets of Fly Fishing For Bass

COLD WATER CRANKIN FOR BASS

Chris Gibbons from Shell Knob Missouri on Table Rock Lake has found that cold water crankin’ is the best and most productive way to catch all three types of  bass, smallmouth, large mouth and spotted in cold water.  During these cold-water days, I generally don’t fish unless the outside air reaches at least 45 degrees. … Continue reading COLD WATER CRANKIN FOR BASS