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Here is a short sample from a spring article in Bass Angler Magazine’s latest issue
I look for protected flats in three to five-feet of water,” he answered. Once I find a flat, I’ll find the edge that breaks into deep water; then, I’ll probe it with Damiki Abyss 90 Jerkbait and a DC 200 medium diving crankbait. I know other baits will work fine; however, I’ve worked with Damiki for a few years now and have really perfected these baits to where they are my go-to baits.”
Bryan Thrift went on to say he doesn’t care if the flat is to the north, south, east or west, the key is that it is protected. “I’ve caught ‘em many times where other anglers aren’t looking,” said the FLW pro. “Experiment – If the flat has a creek or a drain, I’ll concentrate on that area first.
Many anglers are fishing deeper, outside edges and ledges, but I go shallow, because the bigger, post spawn bass will be feeding on the shad and bluegill that are now spawning,” Thrift continued. “Look for protected areas where the bass were spawning. Shad are pretty easy to spot – look for surface activity and work a topwater or trap style bait through the activity. When I can’t find them shallow, I will be skipping docks and especially pontoon boats. Skipping takes some practice. My two favorite skipping baits are the Damiki Mamba Jig and the Stinger.”
If these different approaches seem simple and straightforward it’s because they are. If you ever talk with Bryan you’ll notice his simple and direct answers to your questions. Though this may not work for everyone and every situation Bryan has proved time and time again it surely works for him. If you like this kind of info we have a ton more in each and every issue
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2013 Spring Issue Articles
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|Writer||Topic 2013 Spring||Category|
|Aaron Lesieur||Electrical Bass Fishing||Information|
|David Swendseid||Project X Part II||Information|
|Jack Davis||Frog Fishing 101||Technique Specific|
|Jody Only||Chris Zaldain Rookie Year||Tournament Trail|
|Jody Only||DIY Top Stick Pro Tips||Information|
|Jody Only||Fishing a Jointed Swimbait||Technique Specific|
|Jody Only||Jacob Wheeler FLW Cup Champion||Lifestyle|
|Jody Only||Lowrance GPS Mapping||Information|
|Jody Only||Sight fishing with Shaw Grigsby||Technique Specific|
|Jody Only||Springtime Cranking||Technique Specific|
|Jody Only||Springtime Finesse with Mike Folkestad||Season Specific|
|Jody Only||Springtime Strategies with Ish Monroe||Season Specific|
|Jody Only||Locating Spring Bass with Iaconelli||Season Specific|
|Jody Only||Spring to Summer Tactics with Iaconelli||Season Specific|
|Jody Only||Swimbait Rigging Tips||Technique Specific|
|Jody Only||Todd Faircloth Shallow Secrets||Season Specific|
|Josh Douglas||Catchin’ Springtime Smallies||Season Specific|
|Jud Browder||On Stage with Chris Bowes||Tournament trail|
|Marc Marcantonio||Waypoints Made easy Part III||Information|
|Mark Fong||Catching Bass in Clear Water with Bret Hite||Information|
|Mark Lassagne||Spawn to Summer with Bryan Thrift||Season Specific|
|Mike Frisch||North Country Bassin||Lifestyles|
|Paul Strege||Bedding Bass Breakthrough||Seasonal Technique|
|PJ Pahygiannis||The Slider Head Technique||Techniques|
|Richard Ziert||The Recipe for More Bass||Information|
|Robert Taylor||BASS Tournament Trail Expenses||Tournament Trail|
|Tim Tipton||Adjusting to the Weather with KVD||Information|
|Tim Tipton||Jerkbait fishing with Mark Menendez||Technique Specific|
|Tim Tipton||River Bass with Bill Lowen||Seasonal Techniques|
|Will Petty||Catching Bedding Smallies||Seasonal Techniques|