Don’t Fish That Worm Too Fast!

September 1st, 2014

Most of the people I see that fishes a plastic worm fishes it way to fast. You want the worm in front of the fish as long as you can to entice it to strike. Some people I see have it back to the boat or shore in about 15 seconds which is way to fast in most cases. These same people do the same thing with topwater.

I fish lily pads topwater and it might take me 5 minutes or more to bring the lure back to me. The thing is, I get strikes and even have people come over and ask me how I catch so many bass when they are catching none. The answer is fish that lure slow!

Algae and E-coli in Buckeye Lake-No One Cares!

July 16th, 2014

It said on the news today that Buckeye Lake is full of bad algae and e-coli, gee I wonder why? The lake is only 3 feet deep on the average and people empty their waste from their boats in the lake. Guess what? The State of Ohio doesn’t give a damn just the same way they don’t give a damn about people running their outboards on a trolling motor only lake like Oakthorpe.

36th Annual Fishing Derby For Handicapped Kids

July 14th, 2014

How is your line?

May 18th, 2014

Every year I hear of people not replacing their lines.  Then I hear how they lost a big fish.  Seems logical to me!

I replace my line several times a year.  I only use two lines…Fireline and Proline.  I have always used Fireline but didn’t use Proline until I talked to a line salesman in Buckeye Outdoors.  He said Proline is all he used.  I thought if it is good enough for a line salesman that has access to any line then I might want to try it and I did and liked it.

Your line gets more wear and tear on it than anything you use to fish.  It gets worn by fish teeth, limbs, bush, rod guides and more.  Play it safe and pay attention to your line.  Change it!!  Don’t lose the biggest fish you ever caught by now changing your line.

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Plastic Worms May Be Your Answer To Bigger Bass!

April 12th, 2014

Do you know a plastic worm has won more tournaments than all the other lures combined?

Fish it slow and then slower than that!

In murky or stained water, try purple or black. In clear water try a more natural color.

Anglers think a 10 or 12 inch worm is too long, but it is easy for most bass to inhale.  It also gives the bass a bigger meal which is what they want without having to exert more energy than necessary.    I really like to fish large worms.

On the other hand, if you’re fishing a high pressure lake or one with many boats, try a finesse worm.  The bass will be finicky and want something more subtle.

Regardless, of where you fish a plastic worm may be the answer to finding the bass you desire.

 

 

 

Lake Logan Tournament

April 6th, 2014

Congratulations to Geno and Katrina who won the first Lake Logan tournament of the year.  They had 4 bass with a total weight of 6 pounds 4 ounces.  Geno also had big bass, over 5 pounds.

It was very cold but warmed up a little later.

 

 

Fishing Topwater- The Lure

February 4th, 2014

Just a reminder…….when fishing a topwater frog make sure it has a white belly.  The bass will look up and see it and think it is a shad.  KVD

I imagine that will work for about any kind of topwater bait…white belly is in!

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January 25th, 2014

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Special Deal on Fly fishing in Texas! Limited time!

December 29th, 2013

The Guadalupe River is the southernmost trout fishery in the US and has been ranked as #63 out of 100 best trout streams in the US. Our season is opposite of the rest of the US. Our trout season is November to April. The size of the trout in this river range from 8 inches to 30 inches, with the average trout being about 17 inches.

1/2 day (4 hrs) fishing trip $200 for our readers only at this price.

Logan and His Nice Crappie that he caught!

July 31st, 2013

This is Logan and he caught this nice crappie!
He can be a proud fisherman for catching such a nice fish!

Logan and his crappie