Tips and TechniquesFishhound.com
- Andrew Schadegg | Fishhound.com06/13/2017
In those few weeks after the bass move off to deeper water and into more traditional post-spawn patterns, many people switch to slow, finesse techniques as their primary method. There is good reason for that, as bass tend to go deep in the heat and don’t feed as aggressively as they do in the early spring, but don’t put away those reaction baits just yet!
- Andrew Schadegg | Fishhound.com06/09/2017
In order to get the bait into those tight areas that bass hang out, learning how to flip or pitch your bait is essential. Beyond your casting technique, something that’s often overlooked, is making sure you’re using the right bait.