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Author Topic: How To: Bass Fishing In Florida  (Read 820 times)

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How To: Bass Fishing In Florida
« on: March 21, 2018, 05:19:08 PM »

What is this section "How To: Bass Fishing In Florida" ?

Quite simply it is a sticky thread with links to "How To" threads aimed at collecting
useful information from our current members on how to successfully use certain techniques,
baits, and lures. Understanding conditions, vegetation, cover and how it all relates to
what we love to do!
The format will be simple. I will post a thread with relevant information, or questions on
certain subjects and as usual you guys will provide your great knowledge on said subjects.

So what is the goal here?
The goal is to create a repository with information that is quick to look up for current
members, new members, and those that visit this great forum and may just be looking for info.
We can all learn from each other, and this will also benefit beginners in a big way!

Why just Florida?
Well, one thing I have noticed from being all around the board is that Florida is just
a little bit different than most other states. From weather, to vegetation, to different
characteristics in bass, baits used, colors used, lines used. Though the site provides some
excellent general information, sometimes we want to narrow down that info to our specific
state or even our area within the state. Not all bodies of water fish the same, but at the
very least a How To for Bass Fishing in Florida will target our areas better.

We have a very good group of knowledgable anglers here in Florida and I feel we can bring
a lot to the table with our collective knowledge.
Remember you don't need to provide things like the location of your honey hole or anything
like that. So don't freak out about that. You also don't need to provide info if you are unsure
of something or have nothing to offer on certain subjects and if you have a question relevant to
that subject, ask away! This gives us more info to put out there. Lord knows I'll be asking more
questions than answering them.
Follow the links below as they are added to take you straight to the info you're looking for!!!!

How To: Use a Crankbait in Florida

How To: Florida Vegetation

How To: Florida Cold Weather Techniques

How To: Spinnerbait Bass Fishing in Florida

How To: Frog Fishing in Florida
      + Braid Color + Split Ring Tips

How To: Fluke Fishing in Florida
      + Fluke Colors

How To: Light and Ultra-Light Bass Fishing in Florida
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Re: How To: Bass Fishing In Florida
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2018, 10:54:49 AM »

Spinnerbait Bass Fishing in Florida has been added to the links.
Thank you FlatsNBay for the great topic!
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Re: How To: Bass Fishing In Florida
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2018, 04:34:23 PM »

Fishing Hollow Body Frog in Florida has been added to the list!

Thank you BassinLou for your fine contribution.
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Re: How To: Bass Fishing In Florida
« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2018, 09:49:36 AM »

Added Braid Color + Split Ring Tips as a listing under How To: Frog Fishing in Florida

Thanks Lou! Good info there!
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Re: How To: Bass Fishing In Florida
« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2018, 10:22:23 AM »

Added How To: Fluke Fishing in Florida
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Thanks FlatsNBay for starting the topic!
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Re: How To: Bass Fishing In Florida
« Reply #5 on: July 30, 2018, 07:32:21 PM »

Added How To: Light and Ultra-Light Bass Fishing in Florida

Thank you LMG for the very detailed write up!
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