With the drastic change to cold weather the bass have moved out to staging spots and the activity is picked up tremendously. The bigger fish are making the day fun and catching has improved a bunch. When does this last run slow down for the winter I donít know but enjoying it
The month of November on Guntersville is always one of the best months of the year, the water temperatures drop down into the 50ís and 60ís and the movement by the bass to shallows to feed up for the winter is fast and exhilarating. This November appears to be no different;
Took the birthday boy fishing today! Michael and Gary from Dandridge TN fished with me today.
We fished grass lines with 4x4 SwimJigs with NetBait BK Swimbaits, SPRO Little Johns MD and SPRO Frogs up In the grass.
I had a trip yesterday with a Gentleman that wanted to learn a little about Neely Henry and some of the patterns to use on this Coosa River impoundment. We had all of the bad conditions for this time of year, wind and a cold front had moved in. We both knew it was going to be
We are seeing some frost, some consistent cold and the bass are moving and feeding like they should during the fall. Itís possible to fish top water all day long and you should be able to catch them on top for maybe the next 3 to 4 weeks; SPRO frogs, pop-rís, spooks and buzz
The last few days on the "Big-G" has been a lot of fun with some good numbers of good quality fish. This time of year covering a lot of water and burning shallow crankbaits can be a great experience for some aggressive Bass fishing action. We were even able to catch
The shallow crankbait bite up river was great yesterday. These fish were getting very aggressive with the cold front that's starting to move in. It's the same pattern as normal with all of the fish coming from areas that have structure and grass humps along the river edges.
Wow is all I can say.
we have been putting the hurt on the Big Bass and I'm loving it, you will to just come fishing with me.
We've been yanking them out of the grass to catching them 20ft deep with a variety of lures
Today was a great day on the "Big-G". I decided to do some fishing up river since I was by myself and see if the fish had turned on to shallow crankbaits yet, and boy did they ever. Each area that had structure and grass humps that stuck out into the river was holding
Without question the fishing is turning more like the fall bite we have been accustomed to on Lake Guntersville; from top water to schooling it is more prevalent than ever. The key is to find the schooling activity or be able to hear the bream sucking bugs off the top of the
As we transition from the fall bite to the winter bite there are some key beliefs that I have about catching fish on crank baits in the winter; here are my keys to winter cranking. First and foremost I believe that the slower the metabolism of the bass the more they like a tight-wobble... read more
Itís that time again! The winter fishing season on Lake Norman has begun. Some might be surprised to learn that cold weather affords some of the best fishing of the year. The reason is simple. As temperatures cool, the metabolism of fish slows, and causes them to hole up in... read more
A look at the surface of Lake Cumberland right after dawn reveals a big, calm lake. Although the old Cumberland River now lies under at least 100 feet of water throughout most of the lake, the old river is still churning.
Water quickly finds weakness as anyone... read more
Itís difficult to find gifts for a person who has everything, especially if that person is a fisherman! So to make this task a little easier, here are a few thoughts that might help you to decide on the perfect holiday gift.
Itís helpful to ask a friend or fishing... read more
As the fishing industry continues to mature it is fact that leadership in the fishing industry continues to overcome down times, change and constant attack on its existence. We as most spectators do, look at the industry as a booming money making empire that profits all that... read more
Who knows if Fellsmere Reservoir is going to be the Best Bass Fishing Lake? The probability is awesome that Fellsmere Reservoir will be the Best Fishing Lake- bar none! The lake is set to be on 10,000 acres of previously farm land in Central Florida right next door (levy)... read more
A year of change and old traditions gone new ones are evolving and what once was the standard is no longer in play. Every year we see change in the fishing industry is it really accomplishing anything or are the change monsters just working to keep the industry refreshed with... read more
As the migration of fishing continues to be a fluid and ever changing and money becomes tighter and tighter, changes in the FLW Tour were imminent. You could feel the writing on the wall, sponsors becoming harder and harder to acquire, opinions were rapid and change was on the... read more