No, we're not talking about waterfowl hunting when we use the term "migration", we are talking about baitfish. Every year in lakes and rivers across the country there is a baitfish migration that takes place and it can be the key to your success as a fall fisherman.
If you fish much these days, then I'm sure you are familiar with the term "Shakee Heading". If you're not familiar with it, sit down, 'cause you're in for an eye opening experience.
If you're like most fisherman, you probably have an Original Lunker Lure Buzzbait or two in your tacklebox. The question isn't so much whether you have any buzzbaits, it's more in the direction of how often do you use them? Catching fish on a buzzbait can be pretty exciting, watching a fish come up on the surface to hit a lure is definitely neat to see. Today we're going to discuss a few ways to help you catch more fish while throwing a buzzbait.
Regardless of where you live, summer has arrived. This can usually make fishing tough, but here are a few tips to help you keep catching fish through the hot days of July and August:
1. Concentrate on the main lake or main river portions of the body of water your fishing. Most of the fish will have migrated to their summer haunts, main lake points or current breaks and eddies on the main river will be excellent places to start looking.
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