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Bluegill Bonanza!

It’s that time of year when some of the best Bluegill fishing can be had. The gills are coming up shallow and are very aggressive this time of year. One of the best ways to catch early season Bluegills is the bug and bobber technique. Take what is known as a torpedo or missile float and tie the narrow end on your line leading to your pole. The other larger end of the float tie a tag line on 18 to 24 inches in length. Depending on what style fishing you like there are several options that you can choose from. Many anglers like to use a gnat. This is a slow sinking fly that is typically tipped with a wax worm to help attract more fish. Other anglers will use floating spiders or poppers without live bait and do really well. And if you want to try something different, tie on a Worm Rival or Rival Spin.



Right now, Bluegills are coming up shallow and getting ready to spawn. This is a perfect time to try this killer way of catching giant gills and other types of panfish. Typically the best conditions to try this type of fishing is when it’s warm out, the sun is shining and waiting until early to midafternoon can be best. Go along the banks of your favorite lake or pond making casts close to shore and working your way out. You don’t have to fish ultra-slow, if the fish are there, they’ll let you know. When you find them, get ready. The fishing can be fast and furious with big Bluegills and other panfish filling out your limit in no time. Give this technique a try, you’ll be glad you did. Good Fishing!

 

 

 

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