In June, bass are energetic and are beginning to feed actively, as they do throughout the summer and into the fall. Some of the larger bass are spawning, which keeps them on their beds in the shallows, but the other fish are beginning to chase minnows and crawfish, and ambush dragonflies and frogs. There are a number of lures that work for bass in June, and it is good to be prepared when setting out for a day on the water.
Plastic Worms for Bass Fishing
Plastic worms are some of the most versatile bass baits around. They may be fished in a number of ways, and rigged differently, but for the most part, a hungry bass will be quick to inhale a plastic worm when it presents itself.
So you want to go fishing in the Maldives and you want to charter a boat and catch some fish. You’ve heard it’s a tropical paradise, but don’t have a clue about what fishing looks or works like over there. Or, you’ve already been there and have decided to give fishing a go. Worry not! This guide will cover everything you need to know.
We know the story. You’ve saved your vacation dates, booked your flight and are about to go on the trip of a lifetime. You’ve chosen a superb, fully equipped fishing charter and are all set to land the fish of your dreams. Your plane leaves tomorrow and it couldn’t reach its destination soon enough.
In this short guide, I’ll teach you the basics of Tarpon fishing in Florida. First, I’ll show you where to look for them, and at what time of year. Next, we’ll look at which bait to use, as well as how to hook and land them properly.
The annual convention in Orlando, Florida, assembles all the best and most innovative fishing companies in one spot, showcasing the sometimes nutty, but always cutting-edge, new tackle for both freshwater and saltwater anglers in the upcoming year. Here, in no particular order, are the 10 best new fishing lures that popped out to me at the 2019 show.
“I think the bite pattern is boulder, current, sycamore shade, railroad gravel, foam,” Chris Ellis says. Ellis is a big guy, a goateed squirrel-dogger and self-described West Virginia hillbilly. He announces his prophecy from the bow seat of the raft, just as he launches an old-school Tiny Torpedo into a foamy eddy behind a boulder where the current pushes along a shore clad in railroad gravel. It lands in the deep shade of a riverside sycamore.