No doubt!!!! They really finish strong!!!! Now I wanna see them win THE ROSE BOWL...
The Big Ten need 2 beat big time one of those High Power ofensive teams of the Pac 10, we need 2 get back some respect, let the AP know that WE DO have some good teams in the big ten, we need 2 go all the way... GO BUCKS!!!!
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Hek yeah!!!! OH ...
I still think that we should it beat USC... WE did not got beat, WE loss that game, we dominate the whole game, and we aloud them 2 come back!!!
Better luck next time!!!
Hey Bass Master...sorry for the delay in writing back. Been fishing too much! Looks like you are doing pretty well for yourself. You asked about fishing cold fronts, which is always a funny thing. Catching bass in those conditions depend on a few things...
(1) how much movement is there in the water...if you are fishing on a lake/pond or reservoir, the water might be a bit stagnant, which slows the bite even more. If the water is moving, look for some current breaks in medium to deep depths.
(2) Fish deeper than normal...especially with a shaky head or drop shot. For some reason, I have found that fishing deep rock piles versus brush piles is a bit more successful during the cold front. Usually those bass that like to hover in deep depths are less effected by cold fronts, because the pressure and water temp stays more consistent the further you go down.
(3) use finesse presentations...usually I will throw a texas rigged finesse worm or creature bait. A shaky head moved super slow is a great technique in cold water as well. During a cold front, I have found that it is all about speed and presentation.
(4) When fishing with other people (especially in tournaments)...In some cases, you could be fishing in the same boat with someone else, using the same lure/bait and one of you is catching more fish. Why does this happen? It is usually all about technique. One strategy if you are fishing with someone else...throw something different than that person until they show you that you are throwing the wrong bait.
(5) Throw your confidence bait...I have a few baits that no matter the bite that day, I usually can always catch something on it. Those for me are a texas rigged trick or mag 2 worm, a shaky head, a flippin jig or a frog. I have a ton of confidence in those baits and when you have confidence, it shows in your presentation to the bass. They respond better to it.
(6)If there is any rip rap or rock jetties on the lake, try and fish it...Rocks can retain heat much longer than anything else in the water. If you are fishing a body of water that is fairly sunny, but a cold front has dropped the temp, the rocks are usually a bit warmer than other things in the water. this means one major thing...the bass are more active.
Overall, fishing cold fronts takes two things...diligence and patience. It will be slow, it can be frustrating, but you can easily overcome it. "Become the bass" and hopefully your livewell will fill up in no time :)
wedding stuff...its consuming my life. and i've decided i hate fishing....kinda. i've been sskunked 4 of 5 times this year. i havent caught a fish since like june :(
how are you? you guys still coming, camping, and fishing?
Well it all depends on what time of the year it is. During the summer and fall the cold fronts don't usually affect the fish too much in deeper water but the shallow water fish will hold tight to cover or they drop back the first drop off. The lures I usually throw are senko's and shakey heads and work them real slow unless the fish dictate otherwise. When they are tight to cover like that you have to pick it apart from all different angles and pretty much hit the fish in the head with the bait! Hope this helps. Tight lines Chris
alot of different things....soft plastics, spinnerbaits, jerkbaits, crankbaits, swimbaits, ect....probably about the same stuff you use there, are there any things that you use there that i haven't mentioned?