Fishing Factors™

These articles are by Lee Bailey Jr. They will help you learn in-depth strategies, tips, and tactics to make you a better bass fisherman.

Fishing a Fall Pattern

I actually begin fishing a fall pattern when the water has cooled 10 degrees below its hottest point of the summer. This can vary greatly from body of water to body of water. A rapid temperature drop is best, for this can really put bass on the move from deep main river structure to shallow […]

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Binsky In Late Summer

Binsky In Late Summer works so well when those bass move offshore and begin to school in deeper water, that’s when you can get your money’s worth out of this blade bait. It’s a good bait for pressured or schooling fish. Bass don’t stop eating bait fish when the water gets warm, so continue to […]

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The Binsky Late/Spring Early/Summer Bass Fishing in the North

Typically Binsky Late/Spring Early/Summer Bass Fishing in the North is when you should think of post spawn bass. Think of big groups of bass looking for a summer hang out spot. Most bass only spawn for a couple of days before they head on back to the deeper creek channels and main river channels to […]

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Early Spring Binsky Tricks For Bass

Early Spring Binsky Tricks is traditionally a cold water presentation but its effectiveness doesn’t stop there! Keep the Binsky on deck in Early Spring and you might be surprised how the bass react. Why does it work? Largemouths, Smallmouths as with many other predatory species, are primarily sight-feeders, but when their vision is impaired by […]

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Binsky Early Spring Bass Fishing

Up north, the Binsky early spring bass bite is unparalleled when it’s right, and it’s also fairly untapped. From February thru April, many anglers start pursuing pre-spawn bass, and the weather deters others. The weather is simply too dicey. All that adds up to unpressured largemouth and smallmouth that are about as fat and healthy […]

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A Binsky blade shines

As fall progresses, the shallows get colder and aquatic plants die providing fewer places for baitfish to hide, the bass’s food moves deeper, and so do the largemouth bass. That’s not to say you can’t catch them on shallower flats. Some of the best fishing of the fall happens when wolf packs of largemouth bass […]

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Binsky fall smallmouth bite

Up north, the Binsky fall smallmouth bite is unparalleled when it’s right, and it’s also fairly untapped. From October onward, many anglers start pursuing furry things instead of bass, and the weather deters others. The weather is simply too dicey. All that adds up to unpressured smallmouths that are about as fat and healthy as […]

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