We have learned during our tournaments to use just a little common courtesy by staying till you make sure the last fisherman is in from the long day. You never know when one has had problems if you hook up and run. Take care of your fellow fisherman
When unhooking a bass, always look into the fish’s mouth and throat. Many times, a crawfish pincher, tail of a shad or tail of a bluegill will be protruding out of the throat. This can give you a good idea of the size and type bait fish to imitate.
When fishing with a spoon most times you are chasing schooling bass. These bass are chasing schools of Threadfin Shad, these shad have a small black dot right behind their gill plates. Take a black permanent marker and mark that same black dot on your spoon on both side of the spoon about a ¼ Read More…