The weather hasn’t been great, but the bass lure fishing has! Here’s how my clients have continued catching…
The prominent ‘facilitators’ that have contributed to what’s been a successful first half of my 2022 guiding season.
The largest ‘client bass’ in daytime at 73cm, plus my account of what was a fantastic 3 Day Package.
This follow-up discusses some fine client catches, and how bass may hunt through sensing movement and noise…
The final part of the series covers how I’ve guided my clients onto lure-caught bass in exceedingly shallow water.
Some recent client catches landed the ‘hard way’ – on hard diving minnows, top-water and needlefish lures.
Confidence in a lure and a method overcomes the ‘winter doubts’ to put a 6lb+ bass on the deck!
Prohibited to guide clients but able to fish myself – I’ve used this time to experiment with venues and methods.
A veritable feast of lure caught bass for my clients, but it hasn’t been easy to find them, or what they want!
Significant winter catches, new methods mastered and many client PBs – Part 1 (Jan-June) of my yearly review.
Still the quintessential bass lure? This is what I look for and how I now use them in my final posts for the LFFB site
I talk a lot about this fantastic soft plastic – so this is how I use them.