It's sports show and seminar time. I will be teaching 3 classes at ISD #191 in Burnsville. www.communityed191.org
Bass Fishing by the zone
Bass Fishing Top Water For heart-stopping action, nothing beats the explosion of bass hitting a top water lure. Mike will show how to make this happen. He will show what lures to use and how to use them. Poppers, chuggers, buzz baits, scum frogs and floating minnows are just a handfull of lures that will induce big bass to strike your offering. Mike will share many of his tips and techniques which will produce the lunkers, from tying the right knot to putting the little wiggle on the lure. You will take home a Berkley knot card to keep in your tackle box.
Bass Fishing the Middle Zone For big size and big numbers, the mid zone of the lake offers both. Mike will show you how to explore the mid zone with crank baits, fluttering worms, spinner baits and the drop shot. Heâ?ll show you the how-tos of these special luresâ?everything from what color to use to the right size. You will take home a pack of All-Terrain stick worms.
Bass Fishing on the Bottom One of the best-kept secrets on the tournament trail is how bass fishermen fish the bottom of the lake. Mike will cover the how-to on those secrets: the pig and jig, tubes, the Texas rig and the â?Wackyâ? way. Bottom fishing will be at the top of your list on bass fishing tactics. Mike will tell his secret technique on how to ring the dinner bell for largemouth bass. You will take home an All-Terrain jig.
Section Class ID Dates Time Days Location Cost Select Item Bass Fishing Top Water 0250A3 2/27-2/27 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM Tue. Diamondhead 101C $29.00 Take all three 0250D3 2/27-3/13 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM Tue. Diamondhead 101C $75.00 Bass Fishing the Middle Zone 0250B3 3/6-3/6 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM Tue. Diamondhead 101C $29.00 Bass Fishing on the Bottom 0250C3 3/13-3/13 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM Tue. Diamondhead 101C $29.00
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954