Tips & Techniques

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One key to successful fall fishing on natural lakes is targeting the edges of thick, green weedbeds. You can spot these edges where the vegetation grows almost to the surface.

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Spring means high water in most areas, due to snowmelt and high annual rainfall. And spring means movement for river bass.

In-Fisherman

Reservoir smallmouths often congregate close to shore along riprap and rocky breaks into deeper water during early spring. The rocky shallows warm early, drawing bait.

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Within a specific range of sizes and actions, plastic worms are the most versatile and most effective tools to use for smallmouths in lakes. The right worm is 4 to 5 inches long and relatively thin.

In-Fisherman

Smallmouths often suspend over relatively deep water in reservoirs and natural lakes in summer, when baitfish populations peak. In reservoirs, they tend to follow shad or shiners.

In-Fisherman

One of the simplest, most efficient, and most effective ways for walleyes during fall is shorecasting at night.

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Forage choices, and not seasonality will dictate what types of baits to use, when fishing for Redfish.

Step 1: Depress button keeping your thumb on the spool to control the lure. Hold the rod and reel so that the handle is pointing upward for greater wrist flexibility.