When the weather turns for the worst it takes a diehard angler to get out and try your luck but with a few tried and true techniques you can catch bass even on the toughest days.
With a couple of the leagues getting a one week jump on things, all of the Fall leagues are now up and in action at Albemarle Lanes.
When it comes to drum fishing there are a certain type of angler that wants to go and wants it bad.
There are plenty of avid drum fisherman but then there are some anglers that seem to catch drum year after year and they have a few techniques that can help you catch the big drum.
The first tip is…
We have all been in that bowling center on league night, and there is that one bowler that loves drama and thinks they are still in high school, and continuously mock or bully other bowlers.
Some people I know have a favorite bait and stick to it for almost every fishing trip but if you only throw one bait and it is not the bait of choice then you may strike out for that trip.
In the dog days of summer the largemouth bass will a lot of times bury themselves into the deepest cover they can find and if you know how to get in there and dissect the cover you can catch some of the nicest fish of the year.
With the Thursday Night Quartet league wrapping up this past week, the summer season at Albemarle Lanes has officially ended.
It's still early in the season and most teams are still trying to establish themselves, while some have shown that they are not only the best in the area, but possibly the best in the state in their respective classification.
Here are my observations on Week 2:
Our river systems here in the Albemarle region are wide flat rivers with almost no current flow but if you can locate an area with current you can usually predict where the fish are.
Tailgates. Pep rallies. Friday night lights. The new school year is here! And that’s exciting news for student-athletes and high school sports fans alike.