Black Hills Area Fishing Report

Well, the dog days of summer have kicked in big time in the area. Hot weather is here and here to stay for at least the next few weeks. Afternoon trips will have to be avoided to stay out of the intense heat in the area or perhaps spent in the lake rather than on it to cool off. Fishing activity has generally slowed down to almost a crawl on many lakes other than some trout ones. But for the intrepid anglers in the area, there are still catches to be made in the morning and evening hours when the heat is not as intense. With that in mind, here is what area lakes are currently looking like: The walleye bite on Angostura has not changed much since the summer started-slow to nonexistent most da

Learning the Ropes--The Art of Bass Fishing

For several years now, I have wanted to learn how to use other techniques for bass fishing other than using spinnerbaits and chatterbaits to target them specifically. I have tried wacky rigging with little success, but other techniques, such as Texas rigging, pitching jigs into cover, or when and where to use top water baits, have always been a mystery to me. Now, there is who knows how many videos out there, but I prefer to learn on the water as I get more out of it rather than watching it on YouTube. And it is taken a couple of years to get our schedules synced up, but I was finally able to get out with a friend of mine who is one of the most experienced bass anglers I know, Mark Zacher.

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