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American Bass Anglers Couples Tour 1.888.203.6222Robert and Debbie Kolmetz win on Lake Seminole ATHENS, Ala. –Robert and Debbie Kolmetz won the American Couples Series, operated by American Bass Anglers, FL-NW Division 6 tournament, held March 8, 2014, on Lake Seminole. Running out of Seminole Lodge near Sneads, FL, the team from Ponce de Leon, FL, caught 5 bass weighing 25.14 pounds with a 6.74-pound kicker. In second place, Rick Moore and Donna Millner of Shalimar, FL caught 5 bass weighing 23.43 pounds with a 8.55-pound kicker. What an incredible day on the Lake!The Wired2Fish Bass Fishing Bait Selector « Wired2FishThe biggest question we get asked by anglers is when to throw what bait. And guys wanted to know if there was a chart you could go by on when to fish bass fishing lures. We organized the Wired2Fish Bass Fishing Lure Selector Chart by water temperature and water clarity. We also suggest you read our guide on Where to Bass Fish and When to Bass Fish as well as our guides on How to Bass Fish, Bass Fishing Knots and our Guide to Bass Fishing Lures.
Monarch WatchWelcome to American Bass Anglers (888)203-6222Fish On! : Selecting The Best Lure Colors by COLOURloversOne of the more colorful things that sometimes gets overlooked by many of us city folk, who only see nature and bodies of water when there is a popular video on YouTube of someone crashing their personal watercraft, are the carefully crafted colors of fishing lures. Special care is taken in the color selection by lure makers, as it is a very important part in catching the right fish in the right conditions. Most fish, except for some of those in the deepest of darkest of oceans, where there is no light at all, can see colors, some even have four to five different cones making their ability to see color even greater than our own. While there is some, but not much, evidence that fish have a particular tendency towards red, there is more to selecting the right color of lure than just picking the one with the palette you like best. In order to select the best lure color palette there are a few things that need to be considered, such as: Water depth and clarity, season, and the time of day.