Special Report #56
HOW TO FISH IN A STORM
If the show must go on, and you must continue fishing during storms, Larry Nixon, of Bee Branch, Arkansas, winner of four Megabucks' tournaments, former B.A.S.S. Angler-of-the-Year and winner of the B.A.S.S. Masters Classic, tells us how he tackles the weather and the fish. Nixon knows when storms excite the bass, where they like to hide, and what they like to eat.
Nixon points out that, "Before the storm hits and the day is bright and sunny, the bass often will be buried up deep in the grass. But as the storm starts to come into an area, the bass will begin to move closer to the surface." Nixon always begins to smile when he sees a storm in sight because he knows "better bassing is on the way."
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