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I really never realized how important scent impregnated plastics were until I fished a Power Worm. The fish not only bit it better, but they won't let it go!
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.
Remember that the key connection between the angler and the fish is the fishing line. Be certain to spool up often, (I will completely re-spool after a full day of "hard fishing") and for the best "connection" available, make certain that the line bears the Berkley brand.
When fishing is tough it's best to downsize all of your presentation. Smaller diameter line, swivels, hooks, jigs, beads, spinners, crankbaits, soft plastics, whatever it is that you are using. Once you do catch a fish under tough condition pay attention to the smallest of details. It can make a big difference at the end of the day!
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.
The only way to flip and pitch super heavy cover such as grass and thick trees is to spool your flipping stick up with Spiderwire Stealth.
When fishing a strange lake, first concentrate on points. Next, look for any differences you can find on shoreline or structure. If you have lots of rocks, search out some brush, lots of logs, find a few stumps. Be sure to concentrate on any junction areas.
Be a note taker. Every time you catch a fish, ask questions. Why was that fish where he was, how deep was he, what's the water clarity, what's the depth, what kind of cover was he near. By asking questions and taking notes, you will be able to better put together the pieces of the puzzle.