When pre-fishing for tournaments insulate your self from “Dock Talk”, it is almost always old news and you are more likely to be stuck with a “red herring” and not a Bass.
When fishing cold front conditions or highly pressured bodies of water, try fishing small ¼ or 1/8 ounce crankbaits. There are several companies that produce crankbaits designed for crappie or bluegill, but these little gems can be the ticket for catching large numbers of bass when nothing else is working. The only modification I make Read More…
If you want to give your crankbaits a little more flash, replace the back treble with a teaser treble of the same size. The feathers or mylar will give the bait more flash and different look. When used on suspending baits, on a pause, the pulsating action of the feathers will drive the fish crazy.