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Soft plastics are the key when fishing Kissimmee (or gator) grass that is matted up, or really anywhere a fish can get out of the sun, and the Gambler Big EZ is the perfect bait. In this article we go over how we like to rig and fish the Big EZ for big Florida bass.
Most bass fishermen already know that working a plastic worm around structure is a highly productive technique, and ripping a worm around pads is no exception. In this article we talk about using the Speed Worm in late spring, how to rig it, and where to fish it.
We recently were out shore fishing a popular inlet and the wind really started to pick up causing issues keeping our live bait in place, and proved difficult even working spinnerbaits. In this article we show how a lower profile GOT-CHA plug kept us on the fish we were targeting.
When the clouds are coming in and the wind picks up, it may be a good time to start hitting some vegetation and structure with some crankbaits. But what crankbaits should you start with? In this article, we go over several different crankbaits options and when they might be best to trigger strikes.
Many of us at TCF fish primarily freshwater, but are starting to get more into saltwater. After asking around, we found that it was easy to get started by using something us bass fishermen are familiar with - the spinnerbait! In this article we highlight the using the saltwater spinnerbait.