Bass Fishing

Letting The Boats Go



Low Water Boating Hazards 

Lets Talk Pee
Ask Steve
Fishing Guide Service
Brag Board
Steve's Tackle Box
◦  Alabama Rig: "Be Careful"
◦  Bandit Sunfish Crank Bait
◦  Swim Baits - Yum Money Minnow
◦  Bass Lures - Soft Plastic
◦  Fishing Line Selection
◦  Steve's Spinner Bait
◦  Shakey Head Fishing Rig
◦  Fishing Line Spooling Station
◦  More Tackle Box Tips
Fishing Tips
◦  What I Look For
◦  Use Which Fish Attractants
◦  Fall Bass Fishing Tips
◦  Fall Ammo For Bass Fishing
◦  Bass Fishing Winter Time
◦  Fishing Structure For Bass Hogs
◦  Catch Two to Three Fish at the Same Time
◦  Bass Night Fishing
◦  Mosquito Time Tips
◦  Bass Fishing Seasonal Patterns
◦  More Fishing Tips
Fishing Equipment
◦  Selecting Rod Reel Line and Lure Combo
◦  Bass Rod Selection
◦  Baitcaster Reel - How to Use
◦  Open Face Spinning Reel Tips
◦  Bass Clothing
◦  Fishing Sunglasses
◦  Bass Measuring Tool
Bass Boat Tips
◦  Bass Boat Maintenance
◦  Propeller Check Up
◦  Hull and Bottom Cleaner
◦  Boat Towing Tips
◦  Trolling Motor Information
◦  Two Man Boat Types
◦  Is Your Boat Ready
◦  More Bass Boat Tips
Fishing A Lake
Bass Fishing Spots
Fishing Articles
◦  Fishing Trip Check List
◦  Into the Brink
◦  Create A Honey Hole
◦  Post Spawn Bass
◦  Teach A Kid To Fish
◦  Fishing Ponds and Lakes - Seasonal Approaches
◦  Bedding Fish
◦  Small Pond Bass Hog Fishing
◦  yeti cooler-cup-review
◦  Fishing Trip
◦  Fishing Memories Are Mine To Keep
◦  More Fishing Articles
◦  Letting the Boats Go
Bass Fishing Alerts
◦  Ethanol E-15 Not For Boat Motors
Regulations and Licenses
Contact Steve
About Steve McGoldrick
◦  Where I Got My Start
Site Map
Disclosure Policy

Crappie Slab Fishing

Go Fishing

Honor Flight For Vets

<< Previous    1  [2]  3    Next >>



Summer Time Bass Fishing:



Bass - Big 8 PounderSummer, when the water has warmed up and the spawn is over and the bass are starting to move into the deep to stay cool, this is when a Crank Bait comes into play, or a Carolina rig soft plastic.


Again here look for structure, which is where your depth finder comes in handy. I promise you they will be there waiting on you.


I like the summer because when it gets hot, it is easy for me to find the fish.




Look for a tree overhanging the water and you can bet there is one or two under the tree trying to stay cool. Here is when all that practice you have been doing in your backyard pays off.


You are only going to get maybe one or two shots at this bass hog. Make the cast count, which means don't throw it up in the tree and have to rip it out or go get it.


The big Hogs spook real fast and they will not come back.


Boat docks are another good place to look for the hogs in midsummer.


Last but not least is my best fishing time and that is at night. You will have to come back to the website later on when I do the night fishing trip. Some of the largest Bass I have caught have been at night.


Fall Time Bass Fishing: 


Fall, when the water starts to cool back down and the fish again move to the shallows, and put on what I call the feed bag loading up for the winter.


Here again is a great time to fish, it is so easy, meaning the fish will almost jump out of the water and tell you where they are located.


What you want to do is locate the shad. The fish are there no matter what anyone tells you. The shad will move to the back of coves where the water is warmer and the Bass will follow them like a puppy dog.






<< Previous    1  [2]  3    Next >>

Fishing Trip Check List...Things Not To Forget

Ask Steve Questions or Leave Comments - Learn More Here