Long term review of the Patagonia Storefront Hip Pack.
It's been great seeing the engagement and views from this series and hope I can continue with this, but as promised here comes part 3, where this week we look at my top surface lures. If you missed out on the previous articles here is part one and two. Surface Lures Fishing for Bass with... Continue Reading →
Following on from last weeks post (here if you missed it) comes part 2, this week I would like to share with you the soft plastic lures that have become my go-to and that I trust to the point that they come out with me every trip throughout the Bass season... Weightless Soft Plastic Lures... Continue Reading →
I thought that it would be valuable to share with the readers of this blog what lures I use for the various kinds of fishing I do. With the intention that I can in return learn about different opinions and recommendations based on what I use. To start it off I've chosen to focus on... Continue Reading →
For a while now I have felt that it's worth sharing with the readers of my blog what tackle I use, but most importantly the tackle what works well for me and I trust. I've discussed previously my thoughts on braids, (See here) but there is so much more that I use for my Bass fishing that... Continue Reading →
Let me start off with an apology for letting this blog slip away...I was thoroughly enjoying writing but Summer came and with it work, fishing and surfing took over and I just lost the flow of regular writing. I guess once you fall out of rhythm it is a hard thing to get back into.... Continue Reading →
Everyone's opinions on what braid they like is different. Some want silk others want rope. Me...I like somewhere inbetween. As nice as some of these silky smooth 8 strand braids are, there is a part of me that doesn't quite feel confident in them with a Bass of a lifetime on the end that's diving... Continue Reading →
There's no doubt about it. In Bass fishing time, tide and place is THE most important factor. You can have all the lures under the sun. Work them beautifully, fire them to the horizon on your flashy jap rod and reel. But...if there's no fish in front of you and you're not prepared to cover... Continue Reading →