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Big Summer bass!

Many anglers believe that the heat of the late summer months, slows the bass fishing down. I’m not sure if that’s true or not but I do know if you’re not trying, you’re not going to catch anything. Some of the techniques that seem to work well in the dog days of summer would include deeper diving crankbaits, Texas rigged worms, Senko’s, Bass Stopper with a weight and other techniques to draw monster bass out of the deep.

The heat of the summer does drive many of the bass out of the shallows and into the deep. Working baits that reach deeper depths or the bottom are good bets. One of the best ways to fish these type of lures is to throw them parallel to the outside and inside weed edges near the break. Depths from 5-15 feet are not usually around these weed edges. Work your baits as close as possible to the weeds and if you want to practice a little, you’ll figure out ways to work crankbaits and other types of lures through the tall weeds. Snapping your stuck crankbait or Stopper worm off a weed, will sometimes entice a strike.

There is plenty of great bass fishing to be had in the heat in of the summer. Get out there and get fishing!

 

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