First fish early! put your boat in the water in the dark and be at your first spot as it is just STARTING to get light (just remember safety first, know your water and take a spot light if you need to). This is a very productive time of day! I tend to run and gun more early in the day when the bass are normally more active. As the sun comes up move to shaded area to extend the first light bite. Remember that bass tend to be on the edge of cover early in the morning, like docks & pads. One… Continue
Added by ExBassGuide on January 28, 2009 at 6:04am —
Hit the river yesterday morning and this morning,fished below locksloy,and laconner park,river changed alot!!!!,got lot new holes,got one dark hatcher let him back.What is that saying if it ant crom dont take it home!water looking good,got one cutthrout this morning that was it the big boys should be showing up any time. good luck
Added by Don hayes on January 25, 2009 at 4:23pm —
Hit Lake Washington on Saturday. Fished for about 2 hours and got 3 Smallies all over 3 lbs and one over 4lbs. Also got a huge Trout. The bite was on big time. I was showing my brother how to fish deep water Smallies so I spent a lot of time messing around with the graph. Fished about 45-50 feet and was fishing fast to get a bite. 1/2 oz football head with a spider grub. Went out today and got my ass handed to me. I think the small weather front that came through shut them off. Curious to see… Continue
Added by C-RIDE on January 25, 2009 at 2:31pm —
Floated the Sol Duc on Monday 1/19/2009 with my two fishing partners, ages 8 and 6. Pulled plugs..K11 kwikfish and landed 4, not bad everyone else I spoke to had a big fat… Continue
Added by Andy Shanks on January 22, 2009 at 4:51pm —
I don't know about you but sitting here at work kills me knowing that less than 2 miles away i could be launching my boat and fishing Lake Wa..
Added by RFatt16 on January 21, 2009 at 11:23am —
Fished from 11:00 to 2:30. One fish on a C rig in 27ft just under 3 lbs. Cold, foggy and lots of debris in the south end. Saw only one other boat between fog banks.
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Added by CAUGHTguy on January 19, 2009 at 2:17pm —
Hit green bank yesterday,fished morning tide till around
11:00,didnt get any thing saw one fish neted that was it,
mark just a couple bait patches.The parking lot at the statepark
was packed never seen it so full,must have been cabinfever,
waiting for the pilchuck to clear up still littel dirty,there should
be some nates swiming around good luck.
Added by Don hayes on January 18, 2009 at 8:06am —
My name is Scott and I am a fish aholic. I am a new member to this web sight and am looking to catch the worlds bigest largec Mouth Bass. So who knows where that might be found?
Added by Scott Stacy on January 17, 2009 at 1:54am —
My name is Roger I guided on Silver Lake for many years (over 10). I fished the lake the year the dam had a hole in it. and half the lake was high and dry. and I documneted lots of cover that I never known about before. I have vast knowlage of this water and the bass. I have been working on a Book of silver lake spots, patterns and tips.… Continue
Added by ExBassGuide on January 9, 2009 at 5:50am —
I usualy have room for one more on my boat and it always helps with the cost. Can be anywhere ya want to go to, not just local. Feel free to hit me up
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Added by Brian Walters on January 7, 2009 at 11:34pm —
Try fishing places no other fisherman would place a lure! Places that may be hard to get a bass out of, but be prepared! In tournaments near the end of the day I look for places the bass have pulled back into. Places that are very hard to get into or get the bass back out of. I am a bit famous for fishing BETWEEN boards on docks floating on the water. I have pulled 8 pound bass from between logs less that one inch apart. I carry a flipping stick with out a reel on it. I use that to sweep under… Continue
Added by ExBassGuide on January 6, 2009 at 7:53pm —
Some would say that it's not worth you time to go out and fish for bass in winter. The fishing is too slow and they don't eat much when the water drops below 50 deg. I disagree! Infact if you break it down, It can be easier to locate and catch Bass in these conditions. There are a few key things that you need to look for and do to find these bass and it works very well. These techniques work primarily for smallmouth. The first thing I look for is the best area to fish. I look for hard… Continue
Added by C-RIDE on January 1, 2009 at 9:47pm —