This instructable teaches you where to look for 'um what lores/fly's to use, and the general do's and don'ts of bass fishing.
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Step 1: Where to Look?
1.Aviod sandy or muddy bottoms, leafy or rocky is good
2.On the edge of the bank check for about a foot drop off, if you see it, it's good
3.If you see smaller fish in the pond, thats good too
4.The two number one places to cast off into are by a tree that fell into the water or a lilly pad
Step 2: The Lore/Fly
Any thing but bobbers!
(I recomend the fish shaped ones)
Step 3: The Technique
With lores keep a continuos speed of about 5 miles per hour and about every 10 seconds slow down to about 1 mile per hour for about 5 seconds.
With flys it's similar, cast out and make a short powerful tug on the line continuosly with about 3 second breaks between tugs