Being a small water angler I don’t have the convenience of maps. The one thing I do have is the conveniences of a computer. If you want to improve your small water success rate tenfold the one program I recommend you get if you don’t already is Google Earth. Since its launch in 2005 it has become the biggest advantage in my arsenal when approaching new bodies of water. Google
The Swim Jig has been one of fishing's best kept secrets for years. It didn't start gaining notoriety till Elite Pro Preston Clack smashed 115 pounds of fish on Santee Cooper back in 2006. The fact is trophy chasers such as Joe Everett, Mike Long, Matt Allen and Butch Brown have been using Swim Jigs to catch the biggest bass on the planet way before then. The Swim Jig has become
Every year you hear about a company claiming to be the next big thing. Every year you see new products fly off the shelves with the same guys promoting them. Well, I'm here to tell you things are about to change!! The Pond Pro is fixing to launch in a big way and for good reason. Taking traditional marketing and throwing it out the window, The Pond Pro is offering advertising for literally
When used correctly the jig can be one of the most versatile baits in your tackle box. If not they will leave you wondering why you ever tied one on. There are so many different ways to use a jig I can not possible cover all of them...Today...You can flip, pitch, swim, yo-yo, cast or just drag it. Not to confuse you Ill start with the basics. Lets looking into rod selection. I
When facing gin clear water, its best to use a faster retrieve speed or reaction type bait. Bass can see your offering from a longer distance. My 2 favorites are a tube bait and a crankbait (billed or lipless). When using a tube type bait use a fairly heavier weight, I prefer 7/16 to 1/2 oz. Use a sharp jerk of your rod tip to pop the tube off the bottom and let it fall. For your
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