Want to catch bigger bulls? Offer them a bigger meal! The August/September/October edition of North American Fisherman explores how big bluegills and stripers prefer large meals. Also, don’t miss part 11 in the Fish Response System (FRS) series discussing A-Rigs and the traditional boundaries between sport and commercial fishing. Plus, this month’s issue offers great advice for power loading your rig in strong current or wind. North American Fisherman is the official member-exclusive publication of the North American Fishing Club, the premier community for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts.
In “Bugs And Plugs,” Jeff Samsel details the tactics that catch larger bluegills, which are also applicable to sunfish and other hybrid panfish. By utilizing an assortment of “meaty” baits and paying close attention to how they respond to the presentation, anglers can adjust to, and feed their carnivorous tendencies.
Learn topwater strategies for monster striped bass in “Surface Striper Buffet,” by Don Wirth. And to experience intense striper frenzy, check out NAF-TV host John Haynes in this web extra: http://fishingclub.com/frenzy. Speaking of bass strategies, be sure to read Darl Black’s article on effectively organizing your terminal tackle for maximum efficiency in “Bass Angler’s Ultimate Rigging Box.”
Other articles include: “’Eyes of Autumn” by Dan Johnson shares Club-member insight for finding fall walleyes. And learn about the Hot Bites in your neck of the woods in “Fishing Adventures”.
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