In Part 1, two examples of how a surface lure can be highly effective on those very bight, sunny days.
How understanding the way specific marks react to the adverse weather conditions proved very rewarding.
The black senko at dusk… Could there really be something to their use in twilight conditions?
A ‘swirl and a splash’ gives away it’s position, and within seconds a complete novice is holding a 5lb bass
A bright Moon and a neap tide certainly didn’t deter this 70cm ‘beast’ venturing into the shallows…
With the sea temperature peaking the bass go wild for a surface lure – but first you have to find them!
When should you change the lure or stick with it? Here’s a good example of both from a recent session
Following a glut of enquiries I have re-booted this series covering everything from retrieve styles to types of marks
With every conceivable wind direction to contend with (plus thunderstorms) 14 bass was a respectable tally in the end!
A ‘fish-filled’ session topped off by a ‘trophy bass’ to a needlefish in the final casts…
‘Tears of joy’ as another client PB is landed – with the size increasing now that summer’s arrived!
The largest ‘client bass’ landed since I commenced business, alongside more memorable catches!