The first post in a short series depicting client catches in what may be perceived as far from idea situations…
From guilt and apprehensive to feeling utterly elated! Catching bass ‘off the top’ has that affect on you!
When should you change the lure or stick with it? Here’s a good example of both from a recent session
I’ve been utilising my ‘downtime’ wisely by producing a resource that I aim to really develop.
There are still some nice bass about here in south Devon. Here’s to winkling out some more in February!
How having the capability and patience to target a very specific feature resulted in this beauty!
This season has shifted up a few more gears! Plus, a new lure (for me) is proving its worth.
A change of mark and retrieve speed (rather the lure itself) making the difference.
A new mark and one fished outside of the norm – resulting in two bites, in two sessions and two nice bass
A 63cm personal best bass for my client – the ever reliable Albie Snax doing it again.
Something very different to the local reservoir! Five lure caught bass in one session.
A few lost, but a bit of lateral thinking saves the day for a client who had travelled a long way.