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SA BASS is the leading bass magazine since 2001 for everyone who loves bass fishing. In this issue we focus on catching summer bass in low water levels and ... 5 Summer tactics We are in the middle of summer with water temperatures rising rapidly during the day. There is no hiding from the sun and maybe you have only five lures to find a decent pattern to increase your chances of a ‘PB’. My five battle tested lures to beat the heat this summer would be soft jerkbaits, top water buzz baits, Texas bombs, shaky craws and spinnerbaits. Texas Rigging There’s absolutely nothing complicated about the Texas rig. It is simply the implementation of a bullet / cone shaped weight / sinker which is added just above the lure itself. When Roger Donaldson used this technique many years ago, he was hesitant at the thought, “Why would a bass even consider eating your lure if they can see a great, bullet-shaped weight dressed on the front of it?” Here is why... Rough Water Boating It all started in fine weather one morning in August. The weather report seemed fine. Gordon Brown and his fishing partner headed through the bridge up to the right hand corner where good catches had been reported. After about one hour of toiling, the wind started blowing in through the Franschoek mountains. In no time Theewaterskloof Dam was like a sea... How to install a fish finder Installing a fish finder by yourself is not that difficult; depending on how “professional” you would like it to appear. The Garmin echoMAP 50dv can be installed or mounted in a few quick and easy steps. This can be done on a bass boat, inflatable or even a fishing kayak.

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