How exploring marks far inland and from the rugged open coast in atypical conditions has brought recent rewards…
The story of another client PB at 66cm and close to 7lb, that came about through observance, tenacity and skill.
Although forced into it somewhat, I’ve found some early-season success from a variety of venues – here’s how.
My late-March, lure-caught 6 pounder – what a way to blow away the DIY, Landscaping, and COVID blues!
How I’ve tempted a number of February lure-caught bass, with a specific tactic (and lure) accounting for all of them!
How I landed Xmas bass of 71, 63 and 59cm alongside others to make up the dozen – all by utilising local knowledge.
Some VERY keen anglers, added to some great tides and conditions, meant the ‘winter bass’ would surely play…?
The final part of the series covers how I’ve guided my clients onto lure-caught bass in exceedingly shallow water.
In a spectacular contrast (or similarity?) to last year an ‘in form’ lure type keeps on producing. Here’s my thoughts…
How a lure with many virtues and a great angler in the making combined to place another ‘client 70’ on the shore.
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!