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  • Rigging How-To | Swimbait Hook Berkley Havoc Boss Dog

    Rigging How-To | Swimbait Hook Berkley Havoc Boss Dog

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  • How-to: Rig the Sebile A.T. Worm to "Walk The Dog"!

    How-to: Rig the Sebile A.T. Worm to "Walk The Dog"!

    A Kayak Fishing Tales Exclusive! Patrick Sebile, the owner and designer of Sebile Lures shows Jim Sammons (and you!) how to rig his amazing A.T. Worm so it will walk the dog. Jim takes it out for a test drive and hooks up!

  • How-to: Rig the Sebile A.T. Worm to "Walk The Dog"!

    How-to: Rig the Sebile A.T. Worm to "Walk The Dog"!

    A Kayak Fishing Tales Exclusive! Patrick Sebile, the owner and designer of Sebile Lures shows Jim Sammons (and you!) how to rig his amazing A.T. Worm so it will walk the dog. Jim takes it out for a test drive and hooks up!

  • Fishing a "Heat Front"

    Fishing a "Heat Front"

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    Fish studies confirm that bass can become conditioned through continual exposure to baits. Especially on heavily-pressured waters, bass do   Pennaz has found that soft plastic lizards are a great bait to fish during both cold and heat fronts. “The beauty of the lizard is it resembles salamanders, which pack a big caloric punch, motivating bass to eat during negative to neutral bites. Also, not a lot of anglers throw them anymore, so fish are less conditioned on pressured waters,” says Pennaz.  learn to avoid baits. Berkley’s Dr. Keith Jones covers the subject in his book Knowing Bass: The Scientific Approach for Catching More Fish. In it, Jones discusses research evidence that suggests bass remember lures for a long time – “for at least up to three months and perhaps much, much longer.”