Search for Bird Turns up Bass
- Last cast for striped bass. Preble, Dave // Salt Water Sportsman;Nov95, Vol. 56 Issue 11, Atlantic Edition pC
Looks at Bass fishing in New England focusing on the month of November 1995. Surface eruption; Where to find them; Bare bones block.
- Cool-water hotspots. Liikala, P.M. // Outdoor Life;Jul92, Vol. 190 Issue 1, p35
Offers tips on hot weather bass habitats. Shallow weedy cool spots; Low-sun cool spots; Docks; Bridges; Overhanging limbs; Rock bluffs; Standing timber; Boathouses; Springs.
- Bass profiles. Phillips, John E. // Outdoor Life;May93, Vol. 191 Issue 5, p54
Offers brief profiles of bass species and subspecies which offer insight into bass behavior, indicate where they can be found, and more. Largemouth; Florida-strain largemouth; Smallmouth; Neosho smallmouth; Spotted; Redeye; Suwannee; Guadalupe; More.
- Exploding 10 bass myths. Larsen, Larry // Outdoor Life;Jul93, Vol. 192 Issue 1, p62
Discusses the ten most common myths about bass behavior, feeding and spawning interaction and environment. Information from Wes Porak, project leader for the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission in Eustis.
- 1995 bass guide. Gibbs, Jerry // Outdoor Life;May95, Vol. 195 Issue 5, p60
Focuses on bass fish. Feeding behavior; Locomotion; Range; Spawning; Growth; Range; Fishing technique.
- Inside strikes. Hannon, Doug // Outdoor Life;Mar97, Vol. 199 Issue 3, p56
Discusses techniques and tactics in bass fishing. Behavior of bass; Vision and movements of bass; Important points in feeding bass.
- Terror of the deep. Schultz, Ken // Field & Stream;Sep93, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p102
Discusses the use of sonar jigging in deep-water fishing. People's fear of what they cannot see; Habitat of bass; Advantages of jigging vertically; Problems of deep-water jigging; Lure selection; Jigging spoons; Use of sinking lipless crankbaits; Using jigging lures. INSETS: More deep-water...
- Bass on the Level. Price, Steve // Field & Stream;May2011, Vol. 116 Issue 1, pF8
The article offers steps on how to track where a bass feeds in summer in the U.S. which include counting the lure down to the depth that produces strikes since bass stay close to their food supply and finding matching structure such as channels, humps and ridges corresponding to the depth.
- An Imitation Stripers Can't Refuse. Gibbs, Jerry // Outdoor Life;Apr2000, Vol. 205 Issue 3, p86
Features a simple worm made of foam cylinders which was developed by angler and restaurateur James Kang for baiting striped bass. Steps in building the worm.