How To Fish Weeds, Grass, Docks, And Other Cover
Awesome techniques for fishing common cover. These articles reveal the best ways to catch absolute giants!
Docks are productive year-round, so here are tips on how to fish this type of cover throughout the four seasons.
When the grass is green and thick, use these techniques to trick bass into biting.
This underwater cover will produce bass year-round once you learn to find and fish it.
Determining which type of grass or weeds the bass prefer is a big step towards finding the right location and defining a pattern. Here's how.
Spooning for dock bass produces both numbers of fish and quality bass. Here's how to do it.
Punching baits through heavy cover where big bass has always been a challenge...until now.
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Andy Montgomery skips his lure like a stone, putting it farther under overhanging cover, such as boat docks, than most anglers. He tells you how, so you can catch more bass, too.
Here's how to fish matted vegetation during the dog days of summer and the hot weather of early fall.
When early summer bass suspend in standing timber, top pros knock on wood to get their attention. Here's how.
If you find good growths of various types of vegetation on a lake, you can find bass somewhere around or in it during the day.
Getting at bass where they live can take some gear, techniques, and know-how, some of which is rather far out.
Big bass love aquatic grass, especially the emergent varieties. Here’s how to find the most productive stretches and fish them.
Perhaps the easiest and most reliable place to find fish is in the weeds. Discover how to effectively fish the weeds inside.
A lot of fishermen become immediately overwhelmed by a lake full of vegetation. But really, it’s as simple as...
Here's how to catch bass that lurk in seemingly endless acres of grass mats.
What makes one dock or log better than another? You'll know when you consider these few factors.
These tips will help you to catch bass from one of the greatest places to catch them from, docks!
Dock fishing is more than pitching jigs to pilings. Use these other approaches to catch more bass.
Give these dock fishing tips a try and you might just catch a few more bass on your next trip.
Don't be concerned about fishing behind other anglers, remember these tips and there's still a good chance you'll load the boat!
The next time you are out on your home waters, check around for the oldest wooden docks, and start fishing them like this.