Tag: Deep

Why You Need To Go DEEP For Big Basin Crappie!

Why You Need To Go DEEP For Big Basin Crappie!

What is a basin? A basin is a natural depression on the surface of the land, which typically holds water. So, any natural lake is considered a basin. However, a lake’s basin is the deepest part of the…

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How To Fish A Deep Crankbait For Summer Studs

How To Fish A Deep Crankbait For Summer Studs

Summer becomes vacation time for the novice angler, but for some serious bass anglers it’s a time to go to work. While many of us get away from work to enjoy the relaxing side of fishing, a handful…

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Going deep with swimbaits | Bassmaster

Going deep with swimbaits | Bassmaster

Deep swimbaiting is not hard to learn, but it does take patience. It’s not about covering a lot of water, but rather making long casts, counting the lure down to a certain depth, then retrieving it slowly but…

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Summer Solutions For Catching The Big Ones Out Deep

Summer Solutions For Catching The Big Ones Out Deep

Ledge fishing is a classic river system technique in the summer when many bass leave the bank for the wide-open spaces of the lake. Finding them was easy when the fish were close to shore, but now it…

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Summer Solutions For Catching The Big Ones Out Deep

Summer Solutions For Catching The Big Ones Out Deep

Ledge fishing is a classic river system technique in the summer when many bass leave the bank for the wide-open spaces of the lake. Finding them was easy when the fish were close to shore, but now it…

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Go deep postspawn | Bassmaster

Go deep postspawn | Bassmaster

It’s time to start looking offshore for bass. In my experience, the bass will be at their absolute deepest right after the spawn. This includes the better fish — the ones that are the most fun to catch…

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Deep jerkbait evolution | Bassmaster

Deep jerkbait evolution | Bassmaster

The other situation is in the summertime on Lake St. Clair when the smallmouth suspend in deep water. Balog claimed that St. Clair’s smallmouth were dupes for diving crankbaits back when the big lake attracted few bass anglers….

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