Fluorcarbon lines have taken the nation by storm with the Invisibility factor that the line has but one problem with fluorcarbon line is that they are do not hold any moisture like mono does . What you need to do is check that line consistently for any damages to that line . Run your finger up from just above the bait to the first eyelet on your rod and check for nick cuts or any other line damage ! Also check the line in between the guides on your rod for the same thing . If you do this every 30 minutes or so you will gain more confidence in your line and equipment !!! Tight Lines
If you look at a piece of structure as a small community instead of just a piece of cover, your approach and presentation will change drastically. Take a small patch of pads isolated against a nothing bank. It will be the centerpoint of movement for any fish living on that bank. Fish up the bank to the lilies, but before you cast to the bed think about what the best spot in that cover would be. If you can find a lane that you can bring a bait through near the center of the bed that’s good. If you can find the lane that will allow you to present your offering closest to the shady side of center that’s even better.
There has been a lot of talk about deep diving crank baits winning several “Tour” tournament in the news lately. There are several things you can do to enhance and maximize your bass fishing with these baits. First start with a low gear ratio reel, a 4.9 to 1 will allow the bait to reach Read More…