Fishing tip of the week

Fishing vertically
by Mike Gerry

As the heat, and lack of rain, becomes the norm going into the month of September often the best approach is to attack the bite vertically.

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Fishing tip of the week

Adjustment for fall fishing
by Mike Gerry

As we transition into the fall of the year, what has been a hot summer and consistent pattern will more than likely change; the nights will cool, the bass will move, and your bait selection could change drastically. All this will require you to adjust, and your understanding of the changes and the patterns of what the bass are supposed to do will be front and center. If you don’t understand the changes coming, you will struggle getting bites. Putting in the time now to understand the changes ahead will make it easier because the key is in the detail.

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Fishing tip of the week

Crank bait season is near
Mike Gerry

As we progress into fall and the summer starts to cool you will find the bass more active, more willing to chase, and working a crank bait around the edges of the channel, creek beds, and thin grass will have the potential of loading the boat. I know, for many, this can be frustrating as you seem to hang up a lot in the grass, but nothing will put more fish in your boat, in the fall, than a crank bait.

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Fishing tip of the week

Fall search baits
by Mike Gerry

As we approach fall fishing everything you were doing in the summer may have changed and the time is here to learn to search for fish using what has become commonly known as search baits.

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Fishing tip of the week

Wind and fishing
by Mike Gerry

If there is a number-one enemy of the weekend fishermen, it has got to be the wind! The wind can make a day on the lake just awful, or you can learn the benefits and use them to your advantage!

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