Monday, June 22, 2009

Sworming Hornet Lures! Hot Summer Time Lures!


Now that the post spawn bass are headed back to their summer time haunts, and the water heats up, we all know that the bass and other species of predatory fish can be illusive, and hard to catch. They get lock jawed and even suspend a lot of the time!

While even the most skilled bass fishermen will tell you that it is extremely difficult at best, to catch these stubborn fish. A lot of people have asked me how to locate these bass. While I don't think locating these bass is hard to do, catching these bass is where the challenge is at!

I don't think people have trouble finding bass in the heat of summer, they think that if the bass aren't biting, they are not there!
I know, there has been times I have been in that situation, and it can be very frustrating. I truely believe, that picking the right lure is the answer 80 percent of the time! You see, bass are like us they have to eat pretty regular!

This lure among a few other lures can help you during these times of difficult fishing. Sworming Hornet Lures, are go to lures when this happens! They are relatively new lures, and believe me when I say, these are just a few of the lures in my arsenal that is the ticket, for suspended bass and very well might keep you from getting skunked during these hot days, or the dog days of summer!

Below is a video that demonstrates how to rig and fish these sworming hornet lures, be sure to watch the video and then if you don't have any, get you some and use them, when the bass are not cooperating on those hot summer days, for whatever reason!
You will be glad you did!


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7 comments:

Shoreman said...

Hey Kenny. You know I'm not a Bass fisherman, but you're right about giving the Bass what it wants. Works the same way with trout. That's why you need and arsenal of lures in your box. I know, sometimes I cast out 10 or 12 lures before I find the right one.

Kenny Breckenridge said...

Shoreman - agreed, a nice variety of lures will enable you to catch fish, but a lot of lures now days catches fishermen! We have to be careful about what we think is a fish catching lure. The fish know, thats for sure!

The Fisherbabe said...

Hey Kenny!!! I have added you to my blogroll!! Great post by the way :) And thanks for your nice comments!!!

Kenny Breckenridge said...

The Fisherbabe..

Thanks for adding me to your blog roll and nice comment, I hope you become a regular and feel free to leave a comment, good or bad, agree or disagree! It's all good and appreciated.

Extreme Outdoors said...

Looks to be an interesting lure. In the hot summer months, I usually stick to a Texas Rig with a Berkely Power Worm. I'll target drop offs into deep water and possibly some brush and/or boat docks. Going for bass in the summer takes persistance. You might have to bounce your bait off the fish's head 30 times before it is willing to bite.

Doug O said...

Well, I am relatively new to fishing. Started it off with a great trip to the boundary waters a few years ago. I'm just now learning the art of fishing for something specific. These kinds of posts are helpful. I feel a bit like a lost sheep in Cabellas looking for the right lure. Pretty soon I end up with a LARGE variety and little idea what I'm doing with them!

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Kenny Breckenridge said...

Doug O - Thanks for the comments, With todays internet access,our research abilities enables us to learn how to do what we want. Targeting a specific species of fish requires research and first hand experience, the more we learn the better our chances! I think if you go thru my archives you will find a lot of valuable information, that will help you shorten the learning curve considerably!