If you want to catch fish during the dog days of summer, then try a few of these experts tips and techniques and you should be successful at finding and catching hot-weather bass.

Summertime bass care

When the water warms above 75 degrees, there are three simple things bass anglers need to do to keep their catch alive. […]

Focus on bridges for summer bass

Bass pile up around deep-water points and ledges, but one of the most-overlooked structures comes in the form of bridge pilings. […]

Muddy-water bass fishing tactics

Mike McClelland said success under muddy-water conditions requires an understanding of how that nasty water moves into a lake. […]

Denson masters bass in the heat

Shannon Denson of Fannin loves fishing in the heat. He gives his top tips for how to catch summer bass at Ross Barnett Reservoir. […]

Going big — Pro tips for fishing magnum worms

When fish transition to their summer haunts, jumbo worms can be the key to convincing big fish to feed. Here’s how the pros use them. […]

June is time for frogs

Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Greg Hackney said he much prefers when bass move off the spawning grounds and become more predictable. […]

Get cranking for summer bass

B.A.S.S. Elite Series bass pro Pete Ponds likes to bang shallow cover in the backs of pockets or on big flats for big bass. […]

Fish Pickwick deep in June

June is ledge-fishing time on Pickwick Lake. The bass will be holding on the river bars and out on the ledges of the river channel. […]