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Fishing A Jig In The Cold of Winter

by Dan Wells - Jigs will catch fish 12 months out of the year however the cold water period is when a jig can really shine! When the water temps are at their lowest during the winter many bass only eat once every few days and they prefer a meal they don’t have to work hard for and provides a large amount of protein, what better then a slow moving crawdad. A jig mimics a crawdad better than
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Ice Fishing: Cold.. But Fun

by Craig Thornburrow - For people that love to fish winter does not get in the way. In fact many fishing enthusiast can hardly wait for the water to freezer over so they can start ice fishing, so make sure that you are properly prepared so it is an enjoyable time. Ice fishing might turn out to be an extremely enjoyable activity for you if you are one of those who love the frozen lake and a
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Winter Cranking – Moving to Cover More

by Chad Horton - As the water temp drops bass fishing tends to get a little tougher as most species of fish become less active and don’t pursue prey as aggressively as they did during the warmer months. This is a time when some anglers reach for jigs or jerkbaits, but I opt for crankbaits. With depth and water clarity as considerations, the use of crankbaits allows me to cover a lot of water
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Slow It Down – Cold Water Bassin

by Rick Lawrence (A.K.A The Fish-N-Fool ) - The Largemouth Bass is a cold blooded creature, meaning that the fish’s body temperature will always match the water temperature. Like all cold blooded creatures its metabolism slows down as the surrounding water temperature becomes colder. When this occurs the Largemouth Bass has a greatly decreased energy level. As an angler you must take this
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