Followin' Largemouth Bass
Jeremy Smith and Ty Sjodin drive to the end of the road, then fly into Northwest Ontario’s Birch Bark Lodge, a world-class walleye and pike destination where big baits equal big fish.
Al and James Lindner share their program for catching more walleyes on the entire year, including how to locate bottom transition areas loaded with forage, and proven Jigging Rap techniques.
James and Troy Lindner probe weedlines with various finesse tactics, including the venerable jig worm and new techniques like the Neko rig, often the key to a better bass bite when power fishing fails.
Al Lindner and guide Tom Neustrom employ “bread and butter” walleye techniques for consistent action on Minnesota’s Lake Winnibigoshish, a first-class multi-species destination.
Jeremy Smith and Ty Sjodin enjoy a spring fling for largemouths, smallmouths and white bass on South Dakota prairie lakes. Power fishing shallow, warming, windswept bays locates and catches active, loosely-schooled fish.
Dave Csanda and Jeremy Smith employ advanced electronics to locate and catch huge channel catfish on the Red River between Minnesota and North Dakota. Finesse deadbait tactics excel when the fish are fussy. The rest of the time, it’s pandemonium!
Al Lindner and Mark Fisher toss jerkbaits for largemouth bass in cold water. Subtle twitches followed by long pauses allow their lures to reverse nearly in place, pause, and slowly sink, triggering follow bass into striking.
Al and Troy Lindner ply the deep weedline of a natural lake for largemouth bass during midsummer. Texas-rigged, large soft plastics and West Coast-style Izzy-rig stickbaits fool big bucketmouths into biting.
Fine-tuned secrets for early-season smallmouths.