Let’s Look Back – Part 29

It won't "always" happen, but my own experience shows it's often my larger baits that wind up catching my biggest bass.  You won't see an abundance of bass this size caught in the waters of the Pacific Northwest where this one came from. Photo Stan Fagerstrom.

It won’t “always” happen, but my own experience shows it’s often my larger baits that wind up catching my biggest bass. You won’t see an abundance of bass this size caught in the waters of the Pacific Northwest where this one came from. Photo Stan Fagerstrom.

Those blasted bass are forever endeavoring to get me to increase my already considerable inventory of various forms of profanity.

Why do I make that comment? Because just when I think I’ve got things halfway figured out those big-mouthed buggers often proceed to knock my latest theories way to hell and gone out of the piscatorial ballpark.

I’ve had opportunity to fish for bass in a whole lot of different places for more years than many less fortunate plug pitchers even get to keep on breathing. Be that as it may, I often catch myself thinking I don’t have as many for-sure answers as I think I should. [Read more…]