Too often, anglers, myself included, have a game plan and fail to adjust when conditions change or wait too long before adjusting. Listen to your instincts and follow them as soon as possible. It can make the difference between a poor day and a quick day.
A lot of myths are commonly associated with topwater fishing. We’ve all heard that the technique is just something you do in early morning or late afternoon hours. Or they only work in the spring or fall. Or that, because of increasing fishing pressure, bass simply aren’t fooled by topwaters like they once were. Forget Read More…
If the fishing is tough, and a few nonproductive bites have come onsome larger lures, then downsize. For example, if there are a fewstrikes on a 3’ or 4 1/2”, but nothing in the boat, try going to a 2”or 2 1/2”. The same holds for other lures.
It is only natural to want to make a quick exit following a poor tournament performance, but sticking around afterwards can often lead to learning what techniques or locations produced. You can then apply the information gathered the next time out