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Whether you're a skeptic or a believer, using the drop-shot method does have it's rewards - like catching more fish.
Tim Lesmeister fishes from a kayak, and since it has no livewell, he uses a portable one.
Following its initial tournament-dominating success, few lure types creating the buzz of the chatter bait. Bait manufacturers scrambled to create their own version of the metal-lipped shaker. With the dust now settled, the question begs, “Is there still reason to chatter?”
You need to find the proper lure speed in order to have fishing success. The rate at which your lure falls is every bit as important as the bait itself.
Jeff Samsel takes you through all you need to know before heading out from some stream wading, including specific techniques and the proper gear.
Venerable walleye pro Ted Takasaki dissects a lake map for walleyes.
New Electronics And Accessories Unlock The Power Of Weather For Anglers.
Known for his exploits on the walleye scene, Tommy Skarlis also has a yen for bass, and over the years he’s honed a deadly one-two punch pattern that takes flowing water largemouths from late summer well into fall.
Minnesota guide Brian “Bro” Brosdahl thinks weedbed walleyes represent one of the most productive and least exploited bites out there.
Whether it’s deep or shallow, aggressive or inactive, lakes or rivers, or largemouth or smallmouth, jigs factor heavily in mid-fall bass fishing.