Slow down and fish the right baits, and February can be lunker city for bass fishermen on a handful of Mississippi lakes.
Bass pro Davy Hite thinks February is the perfect month to fish a jig and crawfish trailer for big female bass.
Brandon angler Bill McKay, who has honed his big-bass skills for years, says targeting lunkers takes special tactics.
Tom Holman believes lures made to look or act like wounded or dying shad may work best for lethargic winter bass.
February is the beginning of a Mississippi largemouth bass’s trip to the spawn, and a great time for anglers to target the biggest of the big.
Grubs aren’t flashy, and they’re not in vogue right now. But they downright catch bass, and this month is prime time for the versatile lures.
February produces some of the hottest bass action. And these experts tell you how to get the most out of your days on the water.
Downsizing to a smaller jig, crankbait or jerkbait can make a difference drawing strikes from bass during cold-front conditions.
February is a schizophrenic month. Cliff “Cajun Baby” Crochet has learned a few tips that helps him keep fish coming across his gunnel.
The key to fishing live shiners for trophy-sized largemouth bass is proper presentation of the bait so that it stays lively.