Bass tactics come-and-go faster than new generations of fruit flies. But which tactics have won the most money over the past 5 years? I recently asked Kevin VanDam and Senior Editor Steve Quinn of In-Fisherman that very question. For the most part, their answers were the same. Here’s 6 best bass fishing techniques according to these two experts.
- <h2>Deep Cranking</h2>Rapala DT 16 and Norman's DD22. These are light cranks, easy to throw, great aerodynamics (long casting), and they have great action down there where water pressures are significantly greater. Deep crankin' is the thing to do during prespawn and again during late fall on reservoirs. In <a href="http://www.in-fisherman.com/2012/08/23/crankbaits-smallmouths-rivers-and-lakes/" target="_blank">natural lakes</a>, I can generally reach the fish with the DT10 or a Bomber 6A. <a href="http://www.rapala.com" target="_blank">rapala.com</a>, <a href="http://www.basspro.com/Norman-Lures-Professional-Edge-Silent-DD22-Crankbaits/product/10217314/" target="_blank">Norman's DD22</a>