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Fishing the Shad Shape Worm for Cold Water Bass

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By Mark Fong



January 22, 2014

From the fabled smallmouth lakes of Tennessee to the spotted bass reservoirs of California, savvy anglers know the virtues of employing diminutive baits to catch winter time bass.   As water temperatures reach seasonal lows, bass metabolism slows down. With diminished activity levels bass  become less aggressive in their pursuit of prey.  When this happens, one of the most effective ways to target cold water fish is to utilize a small jig head adorned with a finesse plastic bait fish imitator, gossamer weight line and a light action spinning rod.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 09:56 Read more...
 

Winter Fishing - A Follow Up

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By Scott Hammer


January 20, 2014

Previously, I wrote a "Fishing In Cold Weather" article where we examined what changes a body of water goes through in the winter (thermocline, turnover, etc.).  This winter, let’s take a look at what the forage does and how to catch Mr. Bucketmouth.

In summer, with the largemouth being an apex predator in most bodies of water, they feed on a lot of different forage.  Here is a quick summary:

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The Tournament That Wasn't

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By Shane Lemons


January 3, 2014

We’ve all had those days when nothing goes right, when we can’t even buy a bite. It’s usually those hot summer or cold winter days when it’s most likely to happen. It seems you feel the cold or heat the most when you’re not getting any bites. Kinda like when you’re in the deer stand and not seeing any deer.

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Jay's Trip to the Top - pt 2

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By Stan Fagerstrom


January 7, 2014

*click here for part one

I’d been caught with my pants down!

Fishing had been slow for awhile.  I had laid my rod aside for a moment right after I made a cast.  WHAM! I dove halfway across the boat and just barely managed to grab my reel as the tip of my rod went clear over and under the side.  By the time I’d got things halfway under control the water 20-behind me was boiling as whatever I had on came slashing to the surface 30-feet in back of the boat.

I was bass fishing that morning on Siltcoos Lake.  This lake is located on the Oregon Coast just south of the city of Florence.  A tributary of this lake dumps into the Pacific Ocean.  It wasn’t one of the lake’s largemouth that had grabbed my lure that November morning.  It was a salmon fresh in from the sea.

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Are You Fit Enough to Fight Fish?

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By Jeremiah T. Bagwell


December 31, 2013

Contrary to popular opinion, fishing is a sport that can be quite hard on the body. From extremely rough boat rides and crazy weather conditions to poor eating habits, these factors can have a significantly negative impact on your physical self as well as your overall fishing performance.

Unlike sports where their elite athletes bench press 500 pounds and have just 3% body fat, the upper echelon of bass fishing doesn’t have many anglers who fit that profile. Could they perform better if they were more physically fit?

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