A lot of people use worms as bait, but locusts are also a great choice. Larger fish like bass really enjoy these insects.
When the trout and salmon run heavy, nothing is more effective than a deep water trolling rig . . . and none more effective than the Snap-Loc rig. Tie your line directly to the lure and attach a removable “stopper” split shot about four feet in front of the lure. Now simply snap on the [...]
Bait is very important. Plastic worms tend to do well, and most bass enjoy worms. Decide whether live bait or plastic works best, depending on your own personal preferences. Original article adapted for this use. Courtesy of www.FineFishing.com
Flywater: Fly-Fishing Rivers of the West Hardcover by Grant McClintock (Author), Tom Brokaw (Foreword) The magic and majesty of America’s greatest western fly-fishing rivers. Flywater brings us to the iconic creeks, springs, freestone rivers, and tailwaters that make the American West the world’s premier destination for fly fishing.
Research the region you will be fishing in to find out what kinds of fish live there and the things they like.
Check the local fishing reports that day for updates on areas where they’re biting.
This rig not only brings up winners, it’s also a great value because Bull●Shot works better than regular drop shot at a fraction of the cost. When working your bait off rocky bottoms, tie a palomar knot with a 2-3 foot tail and a Bull●Shot attached to the end. If your rig gets caught in [...]
Cast close to the shoreline for more bites.
The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing (Little Red Books) Hardcover by Kirk Deeter (Author), Charlie Meyers (Author) Two highly respected outdoor journalists, Kirk Deeter of Field & Stream and Charlie Meyers of theDenver Post, have cracked open their notebooks and shared straight-shot advice on the sport of fly fishing, based on a range of new and old experiences—from interviews with the late [...]