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When water temperatures tumble below the low-40?F range, bass often move from mid-depth flats to more vertical structures. Fast-breaking edges allow bass to change depth easily, without traveling long distances.
Swimming lures designed to represent real baitfish are great wintertime baits. They tend to work best in clear water and specific spots, particularly during the changing light periods of dawn and dusk, when walleyes commonly feed during the winter period.
Winter is a fantastic time to catch big lake trout through the ice. This type of fishing often requires mobility as it can take quite a bit of searching to find active lakers. They can roam main-lake basins where they suspend in the water column to feed on open-water baitfish.
On my favorite spinnerbait, I add a 3 or 4" Gulp! chartreuse grub to enhance the catch rate of this versatile lure. Give me a Berkley 7" Ribbontail worm in june bug color and I can catch bass any where they swim. The 4" Gulp! Sinking Minnow has become my favorite lure on a Carolina rig.
When fishing a new lake, pick one section of it and concentrate your efforts in that one area. By doing this you are able to fine-tune the subtleties from structure to techniques without spreading yourself too thin.