Archive for September, 2011


Monday, September 26th, 2011

The simple act of recording information forces you to analyze and compare it more than you otherwise would. It also helps you recognize patterns that might not be evident at first glance. It does not matter if the log is handwritten, recorded on your way home from the lake, or typed into a computer database once your home, as long as it works for you. K issimmee and Orlando Bass Fishing.

Think Combinations and Intersections

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

A submerged log is a fine piece of cover and may hold a bass. The deep edge of a weed bed is a superbreak line and will usually be attractive to bass. But if that log is lying across the edge of a weedline, you can bet the bass will use that spot along the weed edge and that log will be a good casting target. Where two forms of cover intersect, or where the edge of cover abuts good structure, is likely to be a good spot. Bass Fishing Guides Orlando Flaorda,