Bass Angler Magazine Editor-in-Chief Mark Lassagne announced that the Spring Issue of Bass Angler Magazine is now on store shelves at tackle shops and will be in newsstands soon. He shared a sneak peek at some snippets from a few of the articles that anglers can look forward to in the new issue.
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Amazed at all the great articles that the angler writers had contributed for this issue, Lassagne stated, “this is nothing like a traditional magazine; it’s like a quarterly book of ways to catch bass.” Lassagne continued, “This is what we do and I am proud to publish a magazine that can help anglers, not a book of ads with an article or two but a book of articles with an add or two.”
Below are a bit of a few of the informative articles that a reader can expect;
Springtime Giants by Charlie Weyer
Start your search, working the northeast banks then work the northwest side as the season progresses working your way south from the east side to the west side finally working your way to the southernmost area of your lake. Key areas are creek channels and coves. Locate a couple of major creek arms …
Flip Shottin’ by Ken McBroom
Rigging the dropshot for flipping is a little different from rigging it for deep, open water, which usually means a wide gap finesse hook in the nose. Flipping a dropshot in heavy cover requires your soft plastics to be …
The Study of Bass Movements by Mike Folkestad
If food was available, the bass would stay in the location regardless of the time of day or the amount of sunlight penetrating the water. It was noticeable that during, rainy, cloudy, or clear conditions, the bass would stay in the area where the …
Pete Ponds by Scott McGehee
Ponds says that he has had success with a swimming lizard all across the county, from the California Delta to Santee-Cooper in South Carolina. Lizards and salamanders feed on the bass eggs so they are a natural enemy of spawning bass. Of course the easiest way for the bass to get rid of the lizards…
Flippin’ Window by Miles Burgoff
Despite the fact that the textbook said I should be excited about springtime fishing, for years I was part of the minority who couldn’t wait for the spawning season to end. The reason I am less than ecstatic about fishing in the springtime is that it hasn’t been fun for me. For several years, after moving to Florida, sight-fishing experts dominated me during springtime tournaments. Let’s just say that even though I can catch fish off the bed, it is not my favorite way to fish and one of my weaknesses. It wasn’t until I stopped trying to fish like the rest of the pack, and utilized one of my own strengths …
Custom Rod Building by George Roth
As a custom rod builder, one of the questions that I hear frequently is, “what is the best way to clean my rod handles?” There are a number of ways to accomplish that and there is no one “right” method but the techniques detailed below apply…
With triple triumphs in the U.S. Open, fishing icon Mike Folkestad graces this cover of the publication and over 30 articles fill the pages within.
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