Bass Course Day #7, 3 Final Powerful Bass Catching Techniques
Sure you can go over to Walmart and grab a bunch of baits cheap, but they may not be the best fit for your local waters. Start with the local bait shops...and I promise they'll be a LOT more helpful than the guys at Walmart!
Now this second tip is something specific for the smallmouth guys...
When fishing in a small river, in shallow water, throw out a 1/4 ounce white Rooster Tail near brush piles. Get it close to the rocks and retrieve it slowly. You'll catch a lot of smallmouth this way.
Finally, when fishing in a local pond for Bass try this vibrating lure: a crayfish 1/4 ounce Rat-L-trap. Reel it in (retrieve it) as fast as you can, then stop for 3-4 seconds...then start reelin' again! This will produce a ton of strikes in local ponds.
you have enjoyed reading about (and hopefully using) some of the powerful
Bass fishing techniques I
We were all "new guys" once.
And there is one technique that I've talked about in the past that will take any fishermen's success rate through the roof. I've never seen anything work so well, it's absolutly "jaw dropping" when you see it in action...
the ability to create mother natures "chain reaction" of feeding
in any spot, almost any time you want.
Honestly, you can't help but pull in Bass one after another because of the sheer numbers swarming your location.
let this chance pass you by, to get it at the special deal nobody else
will ever get. You don't have much
Here's what Rob Schry had to say about using it for the first time:
In 4 days, I'm going to send you some special interview clips with fishermen from around the country. You'll hear some great stories, and you'll also hear why we all agree that fishing goes beyond just catching fish...
Get ready for some "fishing stories of a lifetime".
and Founder, Bass Fishing Secret