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BASS FISHING & Weather // Don’t Be HARD HEADED (Tourney Talk)



Bass fishing and weather go hand and hand. Really learning how to deal with weather conditions on the fly is the difference between being a good bass fisherman and a great bass fisherman.

The best bass fishing tip that I could give you is always pay attention to the weather and what it is going to be doing when you will be on the water. This will allow you to know what to expect and how to adjust quicker than normal, making you better than normal!

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22 Comments

  1. Hey Tyler great video by the way we always enjoy watching your stuff and we've learned a lot from you. I am having an issue learning how to use plastics I want to use worms and flukes and things like that and I try my hardest but I don't get the job done. I've watched a million videos of yours and I still can't get it so could you just give me a little information on what I might do to start for my very first catch would it be a Texas rig and I just leave it sit cuz I don't know thanks ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™

  2. Once again great video! If you get this and read it was wondering if youโ€™d be able to give your insight on Fishing the fall period And having weather changes like warm weather to cold or cooler weather, cooler weather and rain and things of that nature. Would like to see a video done like this

  3. Is there a rule of thumb for cloudy vs. sunny? It seems your saying there is, but Iโ€™m not sure I got it. Mind clarifying, would be appreciated. ๐Ÿ˜€ love your teaching style

  4. Tyler, Iโ€™m late to this video, but itโ€™s perfect for the scenario Iโ€™m getting ready to face. I have a club tournament in 9 days. Today and next 3 days will be in the 80s, 60s at night. Then a few days in the 70s. Water temps on Santee Cooper are already in the 60s and fish in full spawn. Water could warm into upper 60s over the next week.

    Friday before the tournament, the high will be in the 50s, dropping into 30s Friday night. Then a bluebird sky day of tournament. For the spawning flats, will fish stay on their beds? Does a cold front during the spawn require downsizing of line and bait like in the fall? If spawning near cypress trees, stumps and docks, will the just be tighter to cover? Does this eliminate the buzzbait and frog bite and drive the focus more to slow plastics? I plan to fish a spawning flat that is bordered by 7-8 ft of water. Will they back off into the deeper water or stay in 2 feet?

    Thanks for the help!

  5. Another great video related to fishing factors (Grass/ weather, etc) Your channel is going to explode with new Subscribers. Very informative.

  6. @BassFishingHQ great vid I love these videos so much insight packed in…. I do wonder how it does apply to the FL strain bass which seem to be very moody when the front or clouds come as opposed to getting juiced up with the sun! I think they do roam with the clouds but doesnโ€™t mean they will be active I think they do go down deeper and roam deeper and then the bite is reactionary not so much topwater… at least for the fl strain what do you think?

  7. @BassFishingHQ great vid I love these videos so much insight packed in…. I do wonder how it does apply to the FL strain bass which seem to be very moody when the front or clouds come as opposed to getting juiced up with the sun! I think they do roam with the clouds but doesnโ€™t mean they will be active I think they do go down deeper and roam deeper and then the bite is reactionary not so much topwater… at least for the fl strain

  8. Brother, I need some advice! A friend of mine gave me a bunch of crankbaits!!! Is there any way to take a "educated guesstimation" on how to tell how deep they will dive?

  9. Thanks for the great info! Spent the entire day trying to make the chatterbait bite work when it was sunny and calm in a super grassy lake…I knew better too hah.

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