Presentation on theme: "By: Michael Reid Smallmouth are not a picky fish, they will take just about anything when hungry, however some lures have proven better than others,"— Presentation transcript:
Smallmouth are not a picky fish, they will take just about anything when hungry, however some lures have proven better than others, such as: Tubes- A hollow body with tentacles. Large Worms- A very long plastic worm hooked weedless. Crankbaits- A hard lure that wobbles In the water.
The classic fisherman's knot should be your choice. When choosing a rod you don’t want something to heavy, and a medium action real with 12 pound test is the best choice.
A rocky and weedy area tends to be the best place to fish smallmouth in New Brunswick, like the Mactaquac Head pond or the Mactaquac Marina.
Probably the easiest step of all, hold the button on your reel and cast out. Reel in slow jigging the lure up and down towards you. http://tinyurl.com/3yvzwklhttp://tinyurl.com/3yvzwkl 7