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Winter Bass Fishing
Don’t put your rods away during the winter. The bass will still be biting, and it is one of the best times of the year to catch a trophy fish. A different approach is required during this season, but preparation and knowing fish behavior will ensure that you are able to catch bass all year long.Safety and PreparationOne of the most important strategies for winter bass fishing has nothing to do with fishing. Depending on where you live, the water can be anywhere from cold to dange...
Category: Bass  Date: 2/2/2017  Author: Tyler Brinks for Fix.com
   
Jig Fishing For Bass
No lure is more versatile for bass fishing than the skirted jig. The jig-head with a rubber skirt combination has been around for years, and it continues to catch bass across all seasons and anywhere bass swim. Over the years, jigs have evolved and become more specialized, which has only added to their effectiveness. In this article, we will cover the major categories of jigs, the gear needed, how to fish them, and some modifications that enable you to get the most out of these lures.Gea...
Category: Bass  Date: 12/29/2016  Author: Tyler Brinks for Fix.com
   
Beading Winter Steelhead
We arrive to the river bank with one conspicuous thought in mind: to catch fish. Adding to the ambiguity of float fishing for winter steelhead. are the many offerings that an angler may choose to suspend beneath the surface. Akin to a hot knife to room-temperature butter, we’ll be exposing the core and nuances of angling’s most natural style of presentation, while exploring the art of how to catch winter steelhead with beads. GearFor summer steelhead, I’ve found none more consist...
Category: Bass  Date: 11/6/2016  Author: Ryan Hung, Reel Priorities
   
5 Great Fall Bass Lures
As the Waters Start to Cool, the Fishing Starts to Heat-up.After months spent trying to tempt stubborn summer bass into biting, the arrival of fall is well-received by most southern anglers. Whereas summer bass are content to keep a low profile and snatch up just enough food to remain healthy, autumn bass chase baitfish like it’s their last day on Earth.Abandoning their finicky ways, fall bass begin feeding heavily in order to put on extra reserves to sustain them through the lon...
Category: Bass  Date: 11/4/2016  Author: Ben Team for AnglersClub.com
   
Destination - Conconully!
“Conconully, that tiny town nestled in a mountain valley on the sunny side of Washington's North Cascades, bounded by two lakes, and embraced by state and national forests -- is waiting for you. It is a unique community in the heart of Okanogan County and the welcome mat is always out!”Thus starts the Conconully Chamber of Commerce web site. JoAnn and I had been looking forward for months to our Memorial Weekend get-away to Liar’s Cove Resort in Conconully. As we drove our final miles, clim...
Category: Bass  Date: 6/1/2016  Author: Mike Carey
   
Rigging Worms for Bass
Soft plastic lures are the quintessential bass bait.They may not be the most popular lures among tournament pros, and they aren’t as trendy as swimbaits (which are arguably a type of soft plastic bait) or umbrella rigs are; but anglers will continue to cast plastic worms into lakes and rivers for as long as bass live in them – and they will continue to catch fish while doing so.There are a million reasons to love soft plastic worms, but one of the key strengths of these lures is that th...
Category: Bass  Date: 5/3/2016  Author: Ben Team for AnglersClub.com
   
Columbia Gorge Bass
The Dalles, OR-Later this month the prized Spring Chinook run will dwindle in the Columbia River Gorge. Don’t put away the rods just yet as other opportunities pick up with the water temperatures warming. Smallmouth bass get ready to spawn in early May. By late May into June the fish move into the shallows looking for food and places to make their spawning beds. This pre-spawn causes them to become increasingly aggressive and hungry. The sloughs, coves, bays and current points found in the back...
Category: Bass  Date: 5/3/2016  Author: Jason Brooks
   
Super Fishing Event
April 16th at the Fishing HoleLocated in Argonne Ace Hardware Spokane Valley, WaFishing is starting to heat up in the Inland Northwest, with monster Kokanee being caught on Roosevelt, Bass tournaments around the area, and Springers showing up in the Columbia system anglers have lots of options. With all the lakes in the area open by the end of the month, the Fishing Hole Tackle Shop has planned a Super Fishing Event for April 16th at their Spokane Valley, Argonne Ace Hardware locations t...
Category: Bass  Date: 4/3/2016  Author: Rob Holman - Press Release
   
Bass Rod Essentials
While you can use just about any fishing rod to catch bass, it certainly becomes easier when you use the best tool for the job. Some poles are just plain better suited for a given situation than others are.You can fish a drop-shot rig with a flippin’ stick, but it won’t be very fun and you probably won’t catch many fish. You will have much better results if you choose a rod with the right combination of characteristics – especially as it relates to rod length, power and action.Suggesti...
Category: Bass  Date: 1/31/2016  Author: Ben Team for AnglersClub.com
   
Monster Rainbow Trout
One thing is certain. Anglers have been pulling huge rainbow trout from the North Fork of Idaho’s Clearwater River, even fish that easily smash the 20 pound state record for rainbow trout. But none have counted — mainly because any trout over 20 inches has to be released — and because no one seems completely certain just what these fish are.A rainbow trout is a rainbow trout, right? Maybe, except when it’s a steelhead, a hatchery triploid, a native rainbow, or a Kamloops – all of which a...
Category: Bass  Date: 11/28/2015  Author: Robert Deen for Anglers Club Magazine
   
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