Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Brian Snowden of Reeds Spring, Missouri demonstrates how to use two different types of topwaters in Part One of Falling for Hardbaits. In Part Two, Snowden discusses three different types of crankbaits to address different, dependable types of bait-holding situations inside creeks and coves during the fall.
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“In the field, the deer are moving in November and the bass are moving just as much. They’re feeding up shallow and it’s amazing how good bass fishing can really be this month,” asserts Bassmaster Elite and PAA champ Edwin Evers. Indeed November is a month when fishing can be really, really good in Edwin’s home state Oklahoma and across the region. Before you head out to fish, read Evers tips for a successful November bass fishing outing.
In Part Two, Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Chad Morgenthaler of Coulterville, Illinois will educate you on what to do as the water continues to cool until the fishable layer above the thermocline reaches the same temperature as the unfishable layer below the thermocline and the water column literally turns over.
A big part of the fall fishing puzzle is the thermocline and turnover. Without an understanding of this, bass fishin’ can be pretty frustrating – but not to worry. In this two-part educational series, Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Chad Morgenthaler of Coulterville, Illinois will teach you how to approach fall’s triple T’s – the thermocline, turnover and transition.
Nominations are now being accepted for three positions on the Professional Anglers Association (PAA) Board of Directors. Nominees must be PAA Tour or Legends level members who will keep their membership in good standing during their term of service and must be willing to accept the responsibilities of serving on the Board.
Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Brian Snowden of Reeds Spring, Missouri provides us a simple yet valuable plan to fall back on (pun intended) based on two powerful styles of topwater baits. Snowden instructs you where to go, what to look for, when to use one topwater style and when to use the other.