|It’s best to find a mix of hardcover, weathered rocks, and some type of brush. In most southern reservoirs cold water deep spots can be found at the end of a ditch, creek, or some type of river channel. Most are on the steepest side and will make it to where the bass are covered and protected from the ongoing current. As an angler, you must think about where the bass will be in a few months from now. They’ll be in spawning flats and will work their way into the main lake. We always recommend doing your own research and printing pictures of the spot you’re fishing. This way you’re really able to see the best locations where the bass could be hiding at. Bass really are conditioned and limited by their environment. The footage deep you should be fishing all depends on the topography and the location where you’re trying to fish at.
Our Fresh Beetle delivers ultimate versatility in a soft plastic bait. We’ve recently released Green Pumpkin and Watermelon Red Beetles. Its slim yet wide body design and four claws are engineered to naturally glide and wobble as it moves through the water. The hyper-active swimming claws are designed thin with non-salt plastic to make them come alive with the slightest movement. The Fresh Beetle offers an enticing 4-inch profile and is scented for complete and total attraction! In Fall the best colors to use are Poison, Natural, Black & Blue, Ox Blood, White Lightning, and Green Pumpkin Beetles. You can rig these Beetles as a Jig/ Chatter Trailer, Flippin/ Punching, Texas Rig, Swing Jig, and even a Carolina Rig.