Keep 'Cool 9 Lure To Nab Summer Bass Solesbura Reaister-Mail, Gajesburg, III. Soturdoy, July 14, 1973 9 By VIC WATIA United Press International Ah Old experienced bass fish* trrrian once told me, "When the summer days are hottest, think cold and you'll • catch fish." Illinois Outdoors The truth of his philosophy did not sink in at the time, but it has over the years. I eventually began to get the old-timer's point. He wasn't talking about staying cool by any means. He was talking about the movement of lures in hot weather. Bass become sluggish in extremely hot weather, just as they do in cold, and often anglers must work their lures slow and easy to take fish. When the sun starts driving the fish into deep holes, it's time to move to slow working lures, such as plastic worms and jigs. That doesn't rule out other baits by any means. But the technique of hot weather fishing can prove as important as the lure itself. Besides plastic worms, deep diving plugs and spoons can be very productive hot weather bass - takers, usually when worked slow and easy. Plastic worms rigged with sinkers are about the highest ranking bait among hot weather bass fishermen. Bust jigs, deep diving plugs and spoons also take a good share of the fish. When rigging a plastic worm to work weedless, it is best to Use as light a slip sinker as possible during hot Weather. The lighter sinker offers many benefits. First, the decline of (he worm in the water is slower, giving EMPLOYMENT WE ARE READY TO TRAIN a YOUNG MAN to accept MANAGEMENT responsibility In our local business. Maybe you have been trying to decide between going to College or staying in GALESBURG to learn a profession under an excellent training program. You may be a young man older than college age and working on a job with no future, you would be considered too. We would like to interview you for this position, an excellent opportunity. SEND US A LETTER TELLING US ABOUT YOURSELF. Write Box 927 Regiltar-Mail sluggish bass more time to hit the worm on its way to the bottom. Also, the lighter the sinker, the more action of the worm when it is pulled along the bottom over brush, rocks, sticks or stumps. The light sinker also hangs up less than a heavier one. The novice should allow time for the plastic worm to sink to the bottom, then retrieve it slowly by moving his rod from the 12 o'clock position to the 10 o'clock position, taking up the slack and repeating the process. When the.bass strikes, he all the effort he can muster, "crossing the eyes of the fish," as most experts would say. When working spoons, the novice should remember to use lightweight spoons in shallower water and heavier ones in deeper water. The free-falling spoon flutters like a crippled fish, and keeping that in mind, the novice can practice a slow, successful retrieve. When the spoon has reached the bottom, the rod should be lowered to the water's edge. should lower the rod to the'After the slack has been taken water's edge, take in the slack, up, the rod tip should be jerked and slam the hook home with above the head, then lowered in such a manner that it doesn't hinder the action of the spoon as It is falling back to the bottom. While the rod Is being towered, the slack in the line should be taken in carefully. Hot weather fishermen often will add noisemakers to their lures in an effort to attract fish. "Rattlers" can be inserted in plastic worms or attached to spoons, plugs or spinners to give more life to the lures. Silver spoons appear to produce best results for bass on bright days in clear water, whereas dark spoons should be used on overcast days or in murky water. Pork rind added to spoons also can improve fish catching. Firemen Continue To Battle Army Record - Center Fire ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UP!) 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