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[5 Mar 2009 | Comments Off on Largemouth Bass locations during any season | ]

Author; Don Chalmers
These ¬†are some general facts about bass locations¬† during all seasons of the year. Bass are cold blooded creatures. Meaning their body temperature is directly related to the water temperatures. Thus the temperature of the water will have a great deal of impact on where bass will be and how active they will […]

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[5 Mar 2009 | Comments Off on How To Work Plastic Worms | ]

Author; Don Chalmers
Selecting the right worm would be the first step. The next one and more important is using it with the right presentation. Because plastic worms can be very versatile anglers have developed numerous retrieve methods for them. The following are some descriptions of some of the most effective methods in using them.
Bottom bumping […]

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[5 Mar 2009 | Comments Off on How and Where To Use Plastic Worms | ]

Author; Don Chalmers
Plastic worms can be fished virtually anywhere bass are located. However,there are special spots or structure types that have plastic worm written all over them. The following is a list of areas plastic worms should be used and how to use them.
Laydown Trees- Trees fallen into the water offer thick cover in which […]

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[4 Mar 2009 | Comments Off on Fly Fishing for Redear in Indiana | ]

Author; Don English Redear, although they get their nickname “Shellcrackers” from their favorite diet of snails and/or fresh water shellfish, are really not as difficult to catch as you may think. If you compare their eating habits to that of the bluegill they really arent that much differant except the Redear has a little bit […]