Category Archives: Bass Fishing

Winter Bassin

“Winter Bassin” By Terry Lacoss The first day of spring arrives on March 20th and with good timing for those freshwater fishermen that wish to catch a bass of a lifetime.  Also include that a full moon arrives on March 31st, which affords for perfect spawning conditions for female largemouth bass that can weigh over…
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Topwater Reds at High Tide

Redfish prey on baitfish passing by key ambush points during a high falling tide where plugging with surface plugs requires several angling skills. A high falling tide gathered baitfish at key ambush points at the headwaters of Amelia Island’s “Langsford Creek”. Past fishing experiences had taught my son Terry David Lacoss and me that we…
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Florida’s Pogy Coast

From Ponce to St. Mary’s Inlets, pogy migrations along the beaches and inlet mouths attracting a variety of pelagic saltwater species, where near shore fishing is simply awesome. Fishermen are frequently asked, “If you had one lure to fish with and for a variety of saltwater game fish, what lure would you choose?” More than…
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Spring Fishing at Amelia

March 20th is the first day of spring and also signals the beginning of Amelia Island’s trolling season for a wide variety of pelagic species of saltwater game fish. Traditional spring winds typically blow from the southeast, pushing those welcome warm water edges over near shore fish havens. With the warming water trends, baitfish schools…
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