This is a great example of a high spot or hump. Bass will use these kind of structures as a current break and feeding station. Start with cranks and swimbaits the ...more switch to a slower presentation like a worm or hair jig.
Hey Mike follow u anywhere my name is Tad in murfreesboro Tennessee saw u catch monster smallies on the Cumberland river in Nashville,with all that vocal excitement,probably ...more invites them to the party.
Nice smally, Mr. Iaconelli have you ever fished any waterways in Oklahoma? If so, It would be an honor to learn from an elite angler. Good luck in the BASS, if you ...more ever need a co angler I'm available.
Mike been watching you since your Federation days. Should have went pro in the 80s but life got in the way. Originally from NYC was king of Oakland Lake in Bayside ...more as a kid. Anyway your trophy presentation on the Delaware was unlike anything I'd seen in fishing. Was like a Rocky moment in real life. Brought tears to my eyes. Rock the smallies this fall and go for it. Tks for being real.
This is a great example of a place bass will gang up. Look for any place a side creek channel meets the main river. This juncture often has shell associated with ...more it and lots of bass. Try grinding a jig or C-Rig along the shell!
This is a good example of the kind of flat points on the main river that bass will school up on. Try triggering the school with a swimsuit, crank bait, or spoon. ...more When the action slows try a big worm or drop shot to clean up!
This is the classic kind of pocket points that bass will use after the spawn before they head out to the main river. Fish fast lures first like cranks and swimsuits. ...more Then slow down with worms and jigs.
All of the main lake points in this area offer great potential for bass, especially smallmouth. When the wind is blowing in use a jerk bait or swimbait. When it's ...more more calm and sunny slow down with a drop shot or grub!